Arthur Four joined Reich, Adell & Cvitan in February of 2018. Arthur represents private and public sector unions and workers in judicial, administrative, and arbitration proceedings in the areas of traditional labor law and employee benefits and provides advice on a wide range of related state and federal employment law issues.
Prior to joining Reich, Adell & Cvitan, Arthur was an associate at a Los Angeles law firm, exclusively representing employees in state and federal employment litigation and arbitration.
During law school, Arthur was awarded a Peggy Browning Fellowship with the National Labor Relations Board, working for numerous administrative law judges out of the Board’s San Francisco Division of Judges, worked as a judicial extern to the Honorable Richard L. Fruin of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, and was the program coordinator for the law school’s Legal Writing Tutors. Arthur also served as Chief Research Editor on the executive board of the law school’s flagship Law Review, which published his Student Note on California labor and employment legislation.
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles, 2016, J.D.
Law Review: Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review, Chief Research Editor
University of California, Santa Cruz, 2012, B.A.
Major: History of Art & Visual Culture
Honors and Awards:
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles:
First Honors (top grade in class)
Administrative Law Conflict of Laws Remedies
University of California, Santa Cruz:
Cum laude University Honors Honors in the Major
Professional Associations and Memberships:
Los Angeles County Bar Association
Member, Labor & Employment Law Section Member
Co-Chair, Labor & Employment Law Section Dinner Committee
AFL-CIO Union Lawyers Alliance
Peggy Browning Fellowship, Peggy Browning Fund