Attorney Profile

Selarz, Gregory B.
(213) 404-1175

GREGORY B. SELARZ graduated from the University of California, San Diego in 2012 and thereafter obtained his law degree from Southwestern Law School in 2015.  He is admitted to practice in the State of California and the Central District of the U.S. District Court of California.  While in law school, he was selected to the Trial Advocacy Honors Program where he competed on a national level in mock trial competitions and was a finalist in the San Diego Defense Lawyers Trial Advocacy Competition in 2014.  He also was a staffer for both Southwestern Law School’s Law Review and Law Journal.

Greg has authored two articles relating to what damages could be awarded in “distracted driving” accidents. His “Punitive Damages For Texting While Driving” article was published in Southwestern’s Law Review in 2015.

Greg is a native of Los Angeles. Before joining Veatch Carlson, he was a judicial extern for the Honorable Samantha Jessner and Honorable Teresa Beaudet where he was exposed to the inner workings of how personal injury matters are adjudicated.  Greg then became a trial attorney for Early Maslach where his practice focused on general liability and insurance defense.  At Early Maslach, he successfully tried personal injury cases arising from auto accidents and premises liability matters.

Greg pitched for the nationally ranked, UCSD NCAA Baseball Team.  He brings that same work ethic and competitive edge when representing his clients in and out of trial. Outside of work, he embraces the entertainment, food, and outdoor activities that Los Angeles has to offer and enjoys spending time with his family.