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Jade Tran

Jade is a Senior Trial Attorney at Kohan & Bablove. Jade spent her first two decades of practice focusing on catastrophic injury, elder abuse, and employment matters for the defense. She now uses those 20 years of experience and insider knowledge to fight for the little guy against large corporations and insurance companies. Defense firms know their tricks and strategies are useless against Jade and pay her top dollar because of it.    

Jade is an experienced trial lawyer who is nationally recognized for her litigation prowess and is a member of the prestigious American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA). She had one of her verdicts selected as a Top 100 verdict. Jade was honored as one of the “Nation’s Best” in the 2019 inaugural issue of Lawyers of Color. She is also AV rated by her peers, which is the highest rating granted to attorneys under the Martindale-Hubbell system.

In addition to her litigation practice, Jade is also dedicated to giving back to the community. Jade currently sits on the Alumni Board of Directors of her law school, UC Davis King Hall School of Law, where she raises funds for scholarships and also mentors law students. Jade has also served as a chair to the annual March of Dimes Signature Chefs Event, where she raised over 15% of the total proceeds towards awareness for their mission of ensuring that every baby is born healthy. Jade and her family are firmly committed to education and have supported Communities in Schools of Los Angeles, a program for underserved students, where their contributions funded the entire program for a year in an effort to prevent high school dropouts. 


  • University of Santa Barbara, B.S. 1996
  • UC Davis King Hall School of Law, J.D. 2001

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