Before joining Arias, Ozzello & Gignac, Mr. Torrijos
was a senior associate with a prominent
Prior to attending law school, Mr. Torrijos worked for Litton Industries where he was in charge of designing, programming and implementing the transition of the company’s financial consolidation system from a legacy mainframe platform to a client/server system. Following law school, Mr. Torrijos worked as a Management Consultant at The Boston Consulting Group (BCG), where he worked in the telecommunications, pharmaceutical, utilities and consumer sectors on projects involving strategy development, organization/change management and cost management.
Mr. Torrijos has co-authored numerous articles concerning class action law, including: “Notice 2.0: How Technology is Changing Class Action Notice Procedures,” Westlaw Journal (January 2011); "The Internet, Indispensable for Providing Class Action Notice," Los Angeles Daily Journal (August 16, 2010); "The Rise of 'Professional Objectors' in the Class Action Settlements," Los Angeles Daily Journal (July 8, 2010); and "The End of Consumer Class Action Arbitrations," Los Angeles Daily Journal (May 14, 2010). Mr. Torrijos has also spoken on class action topics at teleconference webinars and legal conferences, including: “Is it better to file a nationwide class action or state-only class action?” CAOC’s 4th Annual Class Action Seminar (January 28, 2010); and “CAFA Removal and Remand: Latest Developments,” Stafford Publications (March 29, 2011).
Mr. Torrijos is admitted to practice law in both state
and federal courts in
Mr. Torrijos received his Juris Doctor degree from