AALRR Opens Eighth Office


CERRITOS, Calif. —Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo (AALRR) has opened its eighth California office with the addition of a Pasadena location.  With its newest location, AALRR intends to further demonstrate its commitment to providing exceptional service to clients throughout the San Gabriel Valley.  This expansion compliments AALRR’s other seven California locations: Cerritos, Fresno, Irvine, Pleasanton, Riverside, Sacramento and San Diego. . 

AALRR began in 1979, with one office and five attorneys in Long Beach, California. Today, headquartered in Cerritos, CA, the firm has eight offices and over 140 attorneys. AALRR proudly serves over 450 California school districts, along with numerous other public entities and private sector companies.  Our attorneys advise clients in the areas of: education, labor and employment, business and tax, facilities and construction, and litigation.

Firm Managing Partner, James C. Romo said: “Our growth, both in terms of attorneys and offices, has been for the purpose of better serving our clients.  Our recent Pasadena office opening will allow us to be closer to our San Gabriel Valley clients, and thus more accessible.”

The new office is located at 225 South Lake Avenue, Suite 1400, Pasadena, CA 91101, and the telephone number is (626) 583-8600.


About Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud & Romo

AALRR is a full service California law firm with a focus on employment and labor, education, corporate, real estate, and construction and commercial and complex litigation. We are counsel to more than 400 school districts and public and private universities. Our diverse teams bring a seasoned perspective to California’s complex legal landscape for both private and public entities. AALRR maintains offices in Cerritos, Fresno, Irvine, Pasadena, Pleasanton, Riverside, Sacramento and San Diego. For further information about us, visit our website at www.aalrr.com or sign up for key updates at our blogs www.aalrreducationlaw.com or www.aalrremploymentlaw.com.


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