Rume Diamreyan is an associate attorney based in the firm’s Los Angeles office. Her practice currently focuses on defending individuals and entities in personal injury, landlord-tenant, and homeowner’s association matters.
Prior to joining the firm, Ms. Diamreyan worked as a law clerk under a solo entertainment law practitioner and externed at the United States Patent and Trademark Office out of San Jose.
Ms. Diamreyan earned her Juris Doctorate from University of La Verne, College of Law in 2022, and received her Bachelor of Arts from University of California, Riverside where she majored in Psychology. During law school, Ms. Diamreyan was a participant in her school’s Moot Court Competition Team, Dean of Delta Theta Phi’s Egly Senate, and a Teaching Assistant for La Verne’s 1L Real Property law class.
While a student, Ms. Diamreyan was a member in Ms. JD’s 3L fellowship and a board member in the Barristers section of the Beverly Hills Bar Association. Ms. Diamreyan is also a named contributor in the publication “Hip Hop Turns 50 – The End of A Criminal Cartel” which was featured in University of Miami’s Business Law Review.
When Ms. Diamreyan is not representing her clients, she is spending time with her family, friends, and dogs. Her hobbies include finding new hole in the wall places to eat, baking, sewing costumes, dancing, singing, reading, traveling, and attending live television tapings.
- Dean’s List – Spring 2022
- Heart of Advocacy ‐ Civic Service & Community Engagement Award (2022)
- Thurgood Marshall Moot Court, Best Oralist (2022)
- Thurgood Marshall Moot Court, Second Place Overall
- Thurgood Marshall Moot Court, Best Petitioner’s Brief
Delta Theta Phi:
- Joseph M. Perry, Jr. Award for Parliamentary Advocacy, Second Place
- William Thomas Award for Oral Advocacy, Second Place
- “Hip Hop Turns 50 ‐ The End of A Criminal Cartel”‐ University of Miami Business Law Review (contributor)