Paul Eads received his Bachelor of Arts degree, Summa Cum Laude, in Psychology from UCLA and his juris doctrine from Southwestern Law School in 2005. While attending UCLA, Paul did extensive research in the “divorce process” and accompanying coping methods used by the vast majority of Americans.
Paul chose Psychology for his undergraduate degree so that he might better understand and assist those experiencing the stressors associated with divorce. He received numerous awards while attending UCLA, including membership in Psi Chi, the psychology honor society and the National Golden Key Honor Society. After his admittance to Southwestern Law School, Paul emphasized Family Law in his studies and was an active member in the school’s Family Law society.
During his second year of school, Paul was invited to intern with the Honorable Roy L. Paul, a judge in the high volume Family Law courts in downtown Los Angeles. During his internship, Paul was privileged to witness hundreds of Family Law proceedings, including many celebrity divorces. As an assistant to the bench, he did extensive research on cutting edge issues in Family Law and critiqued several custody evaluations and trial briefs, providing a full report to the court.
Paul received extensive guidance from Judge Paul and was invited back for a second internship the following year. Paul has volunteered his services for the Los Angeles S.T.A.R.S. program, a program that provides legal services and guidance to limited income families that cannot otherwise afford legal representation.
Paul also volunteered at the Harriet Buhai Center for Family Law for a year. While there, he assisted in writing the manual “Assisting the Limited Income Families in Family Law Matters”, an annual publication to help new attorneys in the practice of Family Law.
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