Ms. Deylami attended Chapman University where she earned her undergraduate degree in Legal Studies with an emphasis in Political Science as a recipient of the Provost Scholarship. During her time at Chapman, Ms. Deylami was selected for a prestigious internship with the Congress of the United States, House of Representatives. Ms. Deylami was also selected to present her research, “An Invitation to Constitutional Revolution? Taking Seriously Barnett’s Presumption of Liberty,” at the Southern California Conference for Undergraduate Research in San Antonio, Texas. She graduated Chapman University in 2007, as a recipient of the Laudie and David C. Henley Social Sciences Award.
Ms. Deylami attended Whittier College School of Law as a recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship. She was the president of the Iranian Law Student Association at Whittier College School of Law, a non-competing member of the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, and the recipient of CALI Awards for the highest grades in Family Law, Constitutional Law and International Business Transactions. Ms. Deylami earned her certificate in Comparative and International Law and received her Juris Doctorate from Whittier College School of Law, cum laude, in 2012.
Since receipt of her bar license in December 2012, Ms. Deylami has focused her practice on civil litigation. Ms. Deylami has considerable experience in Family Law and will be working with Martin E. Dack and Jayson Q. Marasigan on business, commercial, employment, real estate, construction, corporate and probate litigation.