Attorney Jared M. CohenJared M. Cohen graduated from San Diego State University, with a degree in Political Science. He received his law degree from Golden Gate University School of Law with a Certificate of Specialization in Family Law. In High School, Jared worked for a Worker’s Compensation and Personal Injury law firm in Southern California, assisting with their cases, and becoming deeply concerned about the well-being of injured clients. This concern and desire to help those in need led Jared to law school, in order to further help injured workers.

While in law school, Jared interned at Dubrovsky Law (a boutique Family Law firm) in San Francisco. Through this experience, Jared fully understood that those with physical injuries were not the only ones in need of his legal assistance. As a result of this experience, Jared focused his studies on Family Law. In addition, Jared was an extern at San Francisco Superior Court – Unified Family Court, for the Honorable Ronald Albers and Commissioner Marjorie Slabach. After graduating from law school, Jared worked for San Francisco Supervisor Ross Mirkarimi, where he researched and reviewed legislation regarding housing demolition and the construction of new affordable housing, as well as performing community outreach.

Jared is also an avid cyclist. For exercise, recreation, and for transportation. Jared’s favorite things about both Orange County and the Bay Area are the large number of beautiful and challenging bike rides. Too often, Jared sees friends and strangers injured by the carelessness of others. By focusing his practice on these injured cyclists and making sure injured cyclists have a voice, Jared hopes to help make all cyclists a little safer.

In addition to his own practice, Jared has assisted Southern California law firm Sahelian Law with various types of civil litigation, including breach of contract, debt collection, fraud, defamation, and harassment. Jared is proud to provide pro bono services through the San Francisco Bar Association’s Volunteer Legal Services Program.

From 2011 through 2013, Jared represented District 5 on San Francisco's Bicycle Advisory Committee. The BAC makes recommendations to the the Board of Supervisors in an effort to help the City take the necessary steps to make the streets safer for cyclists, motorists, and pedestrians.