Keystone celebrated the summer season with various events, giving everyone the opportunity to connect in person. The firm held its annual summer party, threw a happy hour for a meet and greet of new employees and held its quarterly book club meeting.

“Each quarter, the social and employee appreciation committee works hard to organize events that all team members can enjoy,” stated HR Coordinator Brittany Aldredge.

Check out what Keystone has been up to these past few months:

Annual Summer Party

On Saturday, July 29, 2023, Keystone held its summer party in downtown Los Angeles at H&H Brazilian Steakhouse. The steakhouse offered guests a Brazilian Churrasco Experience that included family style appetizers and premium meats, and the featured cocktail was the traditional caipirinha.

Firm Administrator Biana Kerendian and HR Coordinator Brittany Aldredge gave speeches throughout the night, including one to honor two upcoming five-year anniversaries of Rebecca Nelson and Joshua Ross, as well as to show our gratitude and say farewell to two legal assistants who were leaving the firm to start law school in the fall. The evening ended with a fun raffle giveaway, which included prizes ranging from Dodgers tickets to paid time off, and an afterparty across the street at Seven Grand.

“I had so much fun at the Summer Party and after party.  Getting to know and connect with everyone outside of the office was the most enjoyable part,” said Director of Operations, Ken Tiratira.


Happy Hour @ Socalo

On June 29, 2023, Keystone’s team members met for a happy hour at Socalo, a popular bar and restaurant near the firm in Los Angeles.

“I loved getting to meet some of our new team members and making new memories with current co-workers at Socalo!” said Legal Assistant and member of the social committee at Keystone, Sophia Dakan.

Book Club Read: The Outsider

Keystone’s book club met in June to discuss one of Stephen King’s bestselling novels, The Outsider, which was recommended by Client Relations Specialist, Haley Dworsky. The group talked about the plot of the book and compared it to other popular novels by the writer.

“It definitely had an exciting beginning. If you like horror novels this book is worth the read,” said Haley.

The book club will be meeting in September with new members to discuss another novel.