Bakersfield

Bakersfield Office Location

1800 30th Street
Suite 150
Bakersfield, CA 93301

T (661) 328-0224
F (916) 442-1028

Practice Areas

L.C. Section 132a
S & W
Workers’ Compensation Defense

Background

Admitted to Practice by the State Bar of California: 2018
Number of years in Worker's Compensation: 6
Number of years with Mullen & Filippi, LLP: 0

Khouloud E. Pearson

Associate Attorney

Bakersfield Office Location

1800 30th Street
Suite 150
Bakersfield, CA 93301

T (661) 328-0224
F (916) 442-1028

Practice Areas

L.C. Section 132a
S & W
Workers’ Compensation Defense

Background

Admitted to Practice by the State Bar of California: 2018
Number of years in Worker's Compensation: 6
Number of years with Mullen & Filippi, LLP: 2014

Career Basics

In 2014, Khouloud Pearson began her legal career as a prosecutor in New Mexico. She has experience in civil litigation focusing in areas of business law, contract negotiations, and employment law, as well as extensive knowledge in Workers Compensation. Prior to joining Mullen and Filippi, Kholoud worked for a prominent workers’ compensation law firm. She represents employers, third-party administrators, and insurance carriers with respect to workers’ compensation claims and related matters.

Education

Khouloud earned her Bachelor of Art Degree specializing in Political Science and English at San Diego State University and went on to obtain her Juris Doctorate at Thomas Jefferson School of Law.

Professional Membership

Khouloud was admitted to the New Mexico State Bar in 2014 and is currently licensed to practice law in California and before the United States Supreme Court. She previously served as a presiding judge for the Otero County Teen Court Program and the Otero County Superior Court Community Service Board. Also, while in New Mexico, she served as an executive member of the local bar association as Vice President and President. She currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors for the San Luis Obispo Legal Assistance Foundation, the Templeton Recreation Foundation, and was recently appointed to the Templeton Community Services District Board of Directors.

Personal Note

Hard work, logic, reasoning and a sprinkle of creativity is the recipe I like to use when approaching my cases.
One of my passions is to travel and explore new places. I have been back packing through Europe, adventure seeking in Hawaii and Costa Rica, and road tripping all over the United States. I look forward to discovering new places.