Kenneth M. Trujillo-Jamison is a litigator in the Los Angeles office of Munger, Tolles & Olson. He joined the firm in 2011.
Mr. Trujillo-Jamison’s significant matters include:
Representing two major financial institutions in litigation concerning residential mortgage-backed securities, involving claims for breach of contract and violations of state securities law.
Representing a major insurance company in litigation involving claims under the False Claims Act.
Mr. Trujillo-Jamison also maintains an active pro bono practice. He currently represents a juvenile in asylum proceedings before immigration court and the United States Customs and Immigration Service, and he has represented a public interest law organization in connection with its opposition to a proposed housing ordinance before the Los Angeles City Council. Mr. Trujillo-Jamison is also a board member and Treasurer of the Housing Rights Center, a public interest law office which fights unfair and illegal housing practices in Los Angeles. In addition, Mr. Trujillo-Jamison is the chair of the firm’s Green Committee, a member of its Diversity Committee, and actively involved in the firm’s recruiting efforts.
Mr. Trujillo-Jamison received his J.D. from Yale Law School. While there, he served as a notes editor of The Yale Law Journal and an editor of the Yale Law & Policy Review. He also represented public housing tenants through the Yale Landlord-Tenant Clinic and served as a student director of The Yale Law School Temporary Restraining Order Project, which assists victims of domestic violence. During his third year of law school, he also worked part-time in the Legal Department of Goldman Sachs Asset Management, where he assisted with the drafting and negotiation of contracts in connection with various investments.