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Arash Homampour - CAALA 2018 Ted Horn Memorial Award

Arash Homampour is the recipient of the 2018 Ted Horn Memorial Award, presented to a CAALA member who has provided outstanding service to the Association and the legal community.

The Ted Horn award was created during the presidency of Stan Jacobs who wrote, “Ted Horn strongly believed in supporting his fellow plaintiff lawyers. He was unique in how he made himself available to help a lawyer, advising them on legal issues and responding to a lawyer who sought his input on a case.

Arash Homampour receiving the CAALA Ted Horn Memorial Award for 2018

Homampour received his B.S. degree from the University of Southern California and his J.D. from Southwestern University School of Law. He joined CAALA in 1995 and was elected to the Board of Governors in 2005. In 2009, he was named CAALA’s Trial Lawyer of the Year.

From its inception, Homampour has been instrumental in the development and protection of CAALA’s List Serve, co-writing the rules, posting thousands of messages and providing advice and counsel to countless CAALA members. He has also contributed hundreds of documents to CAALA’s document bank.

Here in Homampour’s own words is his philosophy about giving back:

Early on I felt it was important to my success as a human being to give back, to not only take from all the great leaders that were sharing their knowledge, but to also share my unique perspectives, to make myself available to help other lawyers. I’ve always been someone who wanted to answer people’s questions. If I know the answer, it is my obligation top help my fellow trial lawyers and give them the best answer I could. I love helping people with no expectations of getting anything in return. I don’t do it to get something, I do it because it’s the right thing to do. If you get a great result for your client, nothing would make me happier.
— Arash Homampour

Here’s Arash in a recent video talking about his commitment to CAALA:

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