Krikor is an attorney with Melmed Law Group P.C. who represents California employees in all aspects of litigation in order to secure and enforce their rights. Krikor’s practice includes large class actions and individual claims including wage-and-hour violations, wrongful termination, harassment, discrimination, whistleblower retaliation, and other worker’s rights issues.
Krikor was born and raised in Los Angeles. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Philosophy from Loyola Marymount University in 2015 where he was also the captain of the Debate team. Krikor has always been a passionate advocate for justice and people’s rights and spent two years as a teacher in a Kindergarten program at the Center for Early Education. He also founded the school’s Debate program in 2011 and coaches the team to this day, as well as volunteering across the city with a variety of debate and advocacy programs.
Krikor attended UCLA Law School where he received Moot Court honors and competed in several local and national competitions. While in law school, Krikor served as a clerk for the Federal Public Defender in their Trial Unit, as well as the Los Angeles County Public Defender in the Burbank, Compton, and Van Nuys offices. After graduating in 2020 and passing the bar, Krikor worked as an associate attorney at an employment law boutique where he represented employees throughout California in state and federal courts. Krikor has focused his career on zealous advocacy on behalf of employees across California.