Betty Jamgotchian is an Armenian-American lawyer, who grew up in Los Angeles. Her legal career spans over 40 years in the private sector. She has extensive experience in the areas of Business Litigation, Personal Injury, Business Immigration and Workers Compensation law. Currently, Ms. Jamgotchian is the Chief Legal Officer assisting her family’s business ventures. Formerly, she was the Executive Director of the Armenian Bar Association and Past President of the Armenian Professional Society.
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"Thank you for organizing the coffee talk with Betty Jamgotchian. We had a very insightful conversation about law, business, professional development and more. I would encourage more coffee talks with professionals... it's always pleasing to hear from successful people and to learn from their experiences." - Arsen Der-Aprahamian
"Thank you for coordinating this awesome program! It was a pleasure to meet Betty and the group at the Capital One Cafe the ideal environment to host this meeting. As I am at the start of my career, Betty answered many of my questions regarding law school, work-life balance, and different phases of her career in the field. It was helpful to learn about her journey in immigration law, as that is the area of law I aim to practice. The other mentees also shared advice on seeking employment in the current professional climate and the important of building strong connections. Overall I am very happy to have participated in this meeting and I look forward to staying in touch with each member of the group." - Aleen Mankerian