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Saul E. Wolf

As a dedicated sexual abuse attorney, Saul’s practice focuses on the representation of survivors of childhood sexual abuse and sexual assault in their civil claims against the perpetrators and institutional entities that failed to adequately hire, train, and supervise that individual. Even prior to representing his clients in their civil claims, Saul handles Marsy’s Law representation of victims in criminal proceedings and is directly involved in advocacy for changes to legislation for the protection of children and vulnerable adults.

“For me, giving a voice to survivors is one of the most powerful things we can do, as advocates. At the same time, it is vital that we do everything in our power to hold enablers accountable for failing to protect children - not only for our clients and what they have endured but also to protect children from the same harms in the future.”

As a father of three, Saul takes pride in the personal representation of each and every one of his clients, treating them as though they are a part of his family. Saul understands that filing a civil claim is not just a case for his clients - it's part of a healing process - and helps guide his clients throughout. Before MSF, Saul obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree from UC Irvine in 2002, graduating cum laude and majoring in International Studies. While at UCI, Saul was a player and captain of the men’s soccer team and was named an Academic All-American his senior season. Saul attended law school at Chapman University Dale E. Fowler School of Law, where he also graduated cum laude in 2006 and was an editor with the Nexus Law Journal. Saul has worked for MSF for more than 15 years. Saul’s practice includes all aspects of state and federal civil litigation at the trial and appellate levels. Saul primarily litigates cases in California, but has also handles cases throughout the country, including in Texas, New York, Pennsylvania, and Arizona. When not working, Saul enjoys spending time with his wife, three children and dog. Saul also loves watching, coaching or playing soccer.

Verdicts & Settlements

  • Part of the $490 million settlement between the University of Michigan and attorneys of more than 1,000 survivors of the abuse of sports team doctor Robert Anderson.
  • $52 million settlement against Los Angeles Unified School District on behalf of 15 victims of former wrestling coach Terry Gillard.
  • $41.3 million settlements against the Redlands Unified School District and former teachers, several of whom have been convicted and sentenced to prison.
  • $14 million global settlement, multi-victim abuse case involving girls abused by their Youth Service Coach at Cahuenga Elementary School, Ronnie Lee Roman, within Los Angeles Unified School District.
  • $13.85 million global settlement, multi-victim case involving girls abused by their water polo coach with USA Water Polo and International Water Polo, Bahram Hojreh.
  • $10 million settlement against the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange on behalf of a victim of two priests, Fr. Eleuterio Ramos and Fr. Siegfried Widera.
  • $6.2 million global settlement, multi-victim abuse case involving girls abused by their teacher at Liberty Elementary School, Fernando Figueroa, within Riverside Unified School District.
  • $6 million settlement against the Antelope Valley Union High School District for abuse of a young freshman girl by her basketball coach, resulting in her pregnancy.
  • Confidential settlement with South Orangetown Central School District in New York under the Child Victims Act, on behalf of multiple victims of Albert Michael Andrew, their track and field coach at Tappan Zee High School.
  • Confidential settlement with the YMCA in New York under the Child Victims Act, on behalf of two victims of a youth services counselor, Tyrell Sinclair.


  • University of Irvine, B.A., cum laude
  • Chapman University School of Law, J.D. cum laude

Professional Associations & Memberships

  • State Bar of California
  • United States District Court, Eastern, Southern and Central Districts of California
  • State Bar of Texas
  • Orange County Bar Association

Featured in the Media

  • Saul has been named a “Rising Star” in 2014, 2015, and 2016 by SuperLawyers Southern California magazine.
  • In addition, Saul has authored articles on legal issues in Units Magazine regarding Multifamily Outlook, among others.

Honors & Awards

  • Super Lawyer Rising Star (2014-2019) by SuperLawyers Southern California Magazine