Farouk G. Mansour graduated from Loyola Law School as an editor of Loyola’s International and Comparative Law Review. He also completed the rigorous civil litigation concentration with a personal focus on trial advocacy, legal negotiations, and advanced legal research.
Mr. Mansour’s practice is focused on premises liability defense matters but he also has experience in employment defense and construction defect litigation. He has taken and defended countless depositions including experts and PMKs with a strategic focus on establishing the grounds for dispositive motions and aggressive settlements, successfully prepared and argued motions including motions for summary judgment, achieved favorable results at mediation and mandatory settlement conferences, and independently handles a complex and full case load comprised of both state and federal court matters from inception through to favorable settlements and trial.
Mr. Mansour earned his undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley in Political Science and graduated with high honors. He is also a published author with exceptional writing and research skills. As an Orange County native, Mr. Mansour remains dedicated to public service and held the position of Head Coach of the men’s freshman basketball team at Fountain Valley High School, his Alma Mater, for five years.
Mr. Mansour’s core philosophy is simple: People will not care how much you know until they know how much you care. Mr. Mansour cares deeply about his clients and works tirelessly to achieve the results they deserve.