Mr. Ferrara was born in Los Angeles, CA but raised in various cities throughout the United States. Being well-traveled throughout his childhood, his legal passion began from experiencing different underrepresented cultures throughout the country. At Los Angeles High School, Mr. Ferrara received a scholarship from the ACLU to attend summer law camp at UCLA. It was then Mr. Ferrara knew that he wanted to help maintain civil rights in society (this includes the workplace).

Mr. Ferrara received his bachelors the from the University of California Santa Barbara. From there he received his Master’s in Legal Studies before he graduated from what is now known as Purdue Global University.

Mr. Ferrara is delighted to represent employees in civil litigation for violations of wage/hour laws, the Fair Employment and Housing Act (including sexual harassment and discrimination), class actions, and wrongful termination. He also represents injured workers seeking compensation and has represented clients on personal injury matters.