Keian Vahedy is an Attorney at Bremer Whyte Brown & O’Meara LLP, where he focuses on representing individuals and businesses in a variety of litigation areas, including personal injury, wrongful death, traumatic brain injury, premises liability, property damage, business and commercial tort actions.
In 2014, Keian graduated magna cum laude from Chapman University, majoring in English Literature and minoring in both Political Science and Broadcast Journalism. He then received his Juris Doctorate from Loyola Law School of Los Angeles in 2017. While at Loyola, Keian made it a priority to gain hands-on experience by participating in substantive activities both inside and out of the classroom. In addition to serving as Vice President of the Iranian Law Student Association, Keian also acted as both a Loyola Student Ambassador and Research Assistant to Professor, and Associate Dean of Research, Alexandra Natapoff. Keian further served on Loyola of Los Angeles International and Comparative Law Review and, after a rigorous year-long tryout process, he made it onto Loyola’s prestigious 2016-2017 Scott Moot Court Honor’s Board, where his team earned a “Top Brief” recognition during the fall 2016 National Moot Court Competition. Additionally, two of Keian’s most rewarding work experiences during law school were his two judicial externships serving both the Honorable Ronald S.W. Lew at the Central District Court of California, and the Honorable Luis A. Lavin at the Second District California Court of Appeal. On his spare time, Keian volunteered at the Learning Rights Center in downtown Los Angeles, where he helped children with learning disabilities obtain proper accommodations and equal treatment in their respective schools.
Prior to joining Bremer Whyte, Keian gained valuable litigation experience working at nationally recognized firms where he helped represent consumers in various personal injury matters in both federal and state court. He is committed to being a fierce advocate and practical problem solver.
Keian is licensed to practice in the State of California and the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.