Anthony was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada. While growing up, Anthony played basketball and had the opportunity to travel across the US for AAU Basketball. Since he played since he was eight years old, he credits much of his competitive mindset to the sport. In addition to athletics, Anthony is also an avid chess player. Having grown up in Las Vegas, he thanks Sin City for teaching him many life skills, such as knowing when to walk away during black jack!
Anthony attended Chapman University in Orange, California where he obtained his Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. He obtained his Master’s Degree from Concordia University. Anthony began his professional carrier working in professional sports representing athletes in the NFL and NBA. While employed, he was able to meet some of the best players in the industry, such as Dwight Howard, John Wall, Shawn Marion, and Ricky Rubio, just to name a few. Dan Fegan, Anthony’s boss and mentor at the agency a graduate of Yale School of Law, inspired him to attend law school. Anthony graduated from Thomas Jefferson School of Law at the top of his class with Summa Cum Laude honors.
Anthony Perez is now licensed to practice law in California, Nevada and Arizona. Anthony is a die-hard Boston Celtics fan and an avid fantasy football player. He also is an animal lover. He has two pets: a miniature Australian Shepard named Django and a cat named Poki. Every morning you can find Anthony working out at the gym. As for the rest of his day, Anthony fights tirelessly for his clients, providing them with aggressive and dedicated service.
Over the course of his career, he has achieved excellent results and assisted the Firm in winning hundreds of millions of dollars for his clients. He is very dedicated and committed to his clients and treats each client as if they were family. We has been selected as a top 40 under 40 litigator in California each year since 2016 and has received Avvo’s client choice award for client satisfaction since 2015. In 2018 he was inducted into the Million Dollar Advocates Forum limited to just 1% of U.S. lawyers.