“I bring a unique insight into my cases. I like to think I have energy and an ability to communicate to my clients that helps build a bridge and find a resolution.”
- Business and Commercial Contracts
- Civil Rights
- Class Action
- Elder Abuse
- Intellectual Property
- Legal Malpractice
- Medical Malpractice
- Personal Injury
- Premises Liability
- Product Liability
- Professional Malpractice
- Real Estate
- Wrongful Death
- J.D., Georgetown University Law Center
- B.A., Colgate University
Judge Benny Osorio is a well-regarded legal professional with a decade of experience serving on the bench of the Los Angeles Superior Court. During his time on the bench, he resolved hundreds of legal matters and managed discovery disputes, trials, and settlement conferences. He also served on several key committees, including the Court’s Executive, Technology, and Civil and Small Claims Committees, and was a member of the Technology Workgroup and Online User Group of the Judicial Council’s Center for Judicial Education and Research.
Before his appointment to the bench, Judge Osorio served as a deputy district attorney for Los Angeles County, where he tried over 70 jury trials and was honored as the Deputy District Attorney of the Year for Los Angeles County. Currently, Judge Osorio is a Lecturer in Law at the USC Gould School of Law.
In addition to his professional accomplishments, Judge Osorio is fluent in Spanish, making him an excellent choice for clients seeking a mediator who can communicate effectively in both English and Spanish. With his exceptional understanding of human nature and the art of negotiation, Judge Osorio has become known for his charismatic persona, unique insight, and candid approach to resolving complex disputes. His unconventional and innovative style, paired with his unwavering commitment to resolving cases, makes him a highly effective mediator in a wide range of business and civil disputes.
To learn more about Judge Osorio’s background and achievements, refer to his press section below.
- Judge, The Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles (2008–2018)
- Deputy District Attorney, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office (1995–2008)
- Private Practice, Beverly Hills (1994–1995)
- SB 365: Plaintiffs might get their day in court
- Evaluating Calif. Law On Litigation During Arbitration Appeals
- Supreme Court To Decide If Stay Is Required Pending Arbitration Appeal
- Crypto turf battles await legislative resolution
- Are Cryptocurrencies the kryptonite of the SEC?
- Creating Rapport
- Witty Repartee
- Having a Good Time