Employment Law Office Of Frank Pray

Admitted to the CA Bar in 1977, and a continuously practicing litigator for 36 years, I am a dedicated advocate "for the little guy" in obtaining justice for persons fired, laid off, harassed or demoted because of discrimination or whistleblowing.

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I am a sole practitioner who provides personal and client-focused service to obtain the best outcomes possible. I graduated from a top ABA accredited law school [The University of San Diego], and have advanced my legal education with 2 additional years of business management at the UCLA Anderson Executive MBA program.

I have tried numerous cases in court and arbitration, as well as numerous mediations. I am active in my local bar association [Orange County CA] and held the position of Section "Chair" for the "Labor and Employment Law" Section of the Orange County Bar Ass'n in 2011. I am a member of the Gray Inn of Court, an organization of local judges and attorneys seeking the highest levels of competency and ethics in the profession. I am also a long standing member of the California Labor and Employment Lawyers Association and participate actively in its local Orange County Chapter.

For the last 20 years of my career I have limited my practice to representing employees who are crushed or cast away by an unfeeling corporate machinery simply because it can. I take pride in holding corporations accountable for the actions of its managers, and obtaining justice for employees through expert knowledge of the law.
Main Office

Main Office
5160 Campus Drive
Newport Beach  CA  92660

Phone
  • (949) 251-1006
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Admitted to the CA Bar in 1977, and a continuously practicing litigator for 36 years, I am a dedicated advocate "for the little guy" in obtaining justice for persons fired, laid off, harassed or demoted because of discrimination or whistleblowing.
I am a sole practitioner who provides personal and client-focused service to obtain the best outcomes possible. I graduated from a top ABA accredited law school [The University of San Diego], and have advanced my legal education with 2 additional years of business management at the UCLA Anderson Executive MBA program.

I have tried numerous cases in court and arbitration, as well as numerous mediations. I am active in my local bar association [Orange County CA] and held the position of Section "Chair" for the "Labor and Employment Law" Section of the Orange County Bar Ass'n in 2011. I am a member of the Gray Inn of Court, an organization of local judges and attorneys seeking the highest levels of competency and ethics in the profession. I am also a long standing member of the California Labor and Employment Lawyers Association and participate actively in its local Orange County Chapter.

For the last 20 years of my career I have limited my practice to representing employees who are crushed or cast away by an unfeeling corporate machinery simply because it can. I take pride in holding corporations accountable for the actions of its managers, and obtaining justice for employees through expert knowledge of the law.

How did your firm decide on the primary area of practice(s)?

I have always been something of a romantic, believing that the truth can, with persistence and courage, overcome raw power. Employment law is a wonderful area of practice that permits a single employee with limited resources to take on a rich corporation, and win. The beauty of American law is just that: The employee is viewed equally with the corporation on the question of rights and obligations under the law, and is permitted to hold his employer accountable for its actions.

Frank Pray

License
  • Bar Number: 74920
    California , 1977
Education
  • University of San Diego School of Law
    J.D. , 1977
    Member, San Diego Law Review. 2 published articles.

Frank Pray

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