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Jerry Lulejian

Antioch University Santa Barbara

Jerry Lulejian, JD, began his career as a private attorney in 1982, involved primarily in general business litigation with a specialty in intellectual property law. He continued as a private attorney for more than eight years and spent the following 22 years practicing law as a Senior Deputy District Attorney, prosecuting every kind of criminal case and litigating civil prosecutions against businesses for regulatory violations, misleading advertising, and unfair competition. Upon being promoted to Chief Deputy District Attorney, Jerry managed 22 prosecutors and an equal number of support staff.

In September 2012, he retired from the Office of District Attorney and is now dedicated full time to teaching law. Jerry earned his Juris Doctorate degree from Southwestern University School of Law in Los Angeles in 1982 and his Bachelor’s degree in Economics from California State University at Long Beach in 1978. An avid amateur body-builder, Jerry also enjoys amateur radio when time permits, spending time with his family, and guiding his two teenage sons through their college careers.

Jerry Lulejian

Adjunct Faculty,

MBA Program


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