Maryam Hemmati is a litigation paralegal who received her Juris Doctorate from Trinity Law School. Before joining Case Barnett Law, Maryam worked as a full-time personal injury case manager. Prior to that, she worked as a litigation paralegal for an in-house civil litigation legal department. Maryam also worked at Los Angeles District Attorney’s office as a volunteer, and assisted prosecutors with complex criminal cases. Her passion is for justice, human rights and help those in need.
While earning her Juris Doctorate at Trinity Law School, Maryam served as the editor in chief in Law Review, the president of Criminal Law Society, board member of Alternate Dispute Resolution, Women Rights Society and Student Bar Association. Maryam was also the recipient of the American Jurisprudence Award of academic excellence in Criminal Law. She completed a study abroad program in child labor and human rights in Strasbourg, France. She received her undergraduate degree from California State University of Long Beach in 2004 in Graphic Design. Prior to law school, she worked as a graphic designer and a marking executive for several years. She loves art, food, traveling and animals.