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Whatever your claim or injury, you can count on Martin & Martin to fight for you. Countless high-profile clients, celebrities and influencers have turned to us for our tenacity, legal acumen, trial skills, and media savvy. But you don’t have to be famous to get our team of civil rights attorneys and litigators on your side. In fact, some of our most important work is righting the wrongs suffered by ordinary people simply going about their lives.

Maybe you have suffered an injury, been sexually harassed at work, been wrongfully fired, or believe your family’s land was illegally taken by the government. Whatever your story, we are here to stand up for your rights and help you get justice. Our team has over 100 years of combined experience presenting winning arguments before juries and obtaining multi-million-dollar settlements. We have stood up for clients against wrongdoing by large corporations, powerful individuals, employers, universities, law enforcement and even our own government.

Experience the Harvard difference with some of the best civil rights attorneys and litigators in California. Contact us today for a consultation. 

Areva Martin – “America’s Advocate”

Areva Martin is an award-winning civil rights attorney, sought after on-air legal commentator and nationally recognized children’s, women’s and disability rights advocate.

Martin has been dubbed “America’s Advocate” for her hard-hitting, no-holds-barred commentary on today’s most pressing legal and social justice issues. From her unflinching legal commentary on shows across CNN and ABC’s network of shows to hosting daytime talk shows to her primetime radio and streaming show—Areva Martin in Real Time—on KBLA Talk Radio, Martin is a mainstay in the media and a trusted voice on complex legal issues from police shootings to high profile #metoo cases.

In The Media

Case Spotlight: Section 14

It is the story of an ultra-wealthy enclave erected over a painful, hidden history:

Families relegated to a one-mile-square neighborhood because of racist restrictive covenants, who then built a thriving community, only to have it torn from them in a shocking, coordinated effort to burn their homes and belongings and unlawfully seize their property.

The perpetrator? The City of Palm Springs itself.

No form of compensation will wash away the sins of oppression and theft entwined with this history of racial discrimination, restrictive covenants, and the endemic racialized trauma that is a very intentional consequence of those practices. Read The Case Study.



Martin Memos