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Brigitte J. Khoury

Los Angeles
(424) 777-4746

Brigitte J. Khoury graduated from Whittier Law School in 2015 where she received a Juris Doctorate and a certificate in Trial and Appellate Practice, after receiving a Bachelor of Arts in Communications, with a minor in sociology, from the University of Southern California in 2008.  

Ms. Khoury has extensive complex litigation experience in business, intellectual property, entertainment, and construction.  She sat second chair in a high-profile JAMS arbitration proceeding involving claims for breach of contract, fraud, and breach of fiduciary duty.  Ms. Khoury has represented Fortune 500 companies, celebrities, marketing companies, and fashion brands.  She has experience taking and defending depositions, arguing motions, and making court appearances in both state and federal courts.  Prior to joining Gerard Fox, Ms. Khoury worked at a boutique law firm in Los Angeles practicing business, intellectual property, entertainment, and employment litigation. There, Ms. Khoury litigated trademark and copyright infringement cases for an international television company.  In addition, Ms. Khoury worked at a civil litigation firm in Downtown Los Angeles for three years where she served as the handling attorney on several high-profile cases involving 42 U.S.C. § 1983 actions, wrongful death shootings, excessive force, unlawful arrest, and employment disputes.

While in law school, Ms. Khoury served on the Moot Court Honors Board in her second and third years, competed in the USD National Criminal Procedure Tournament where she received an award for best respondent brief against top law schools, interned two semesters at the Orange County District Attorney’s Office and clerked for the United States Bankruptcy Court, Central District of California.


California, 2015


Whittier Law School, Juris Doctor, 2015

University of Southern California, B.A. in Communications, Minor in Sociology, 2008


Loves cooking new recipes, yoga, spin, and traveling.


Conducted a mock trial in front of panel of thirty prospective jurors.