Nikki Nosrati is an associate attorney at Rashtian Law. She primarily works on the defense side of personal injury law, where she provides support to the firm’s partner attorneys by investigating the facts of the case, gathering evidence, researching the applicable laws and legal precedents, drafting legal documents such as pleadings, motions, and briefs; managing deadlines, and managing client relationships. Nikki is known for her exceptional work ethic, her ability to complete tasks quickly and accurately, and her punctuality.
Originally from Iran, Nikki received her bachelor's degree in law before moving to the United States in 2014 at the age of 24. Once settled in the US, she attended the University of West Los Angeles School of Law for three years, graduating in 2018. She passed the bar exam in February 2019 and began working for Rashtian Law in November of 2020.
While attending law school and studying for the bar, Nikki worked as a paralegal for Pacific Attorney Group. After passing the bar, she was hired on as an attorney and began her career representing plaintiffs in personal injury cases. When she moved to Rashtian Law, she switched over to the defense side of personal injury law. Her experience working for both plaintiffs and defendants gives her a unique perspective on personal injury cases.
Nikki always had bigger dreams than what she felt was possible in Iran. As a woman, she felt restricted and limited in her opportunities. She wanted to push against limitations and aspired to have both a career and a family. As luck would have it, Nikki won the green card lottery and was able to move to the US, where she pursued her law degree and ultimately joined Rashtian Law.
Nikki is a proud new mom, having just welcomed her son Nikko into the world in late 2022. Her mother recently moved to the US to be closer to her and her family. When she's not working, Nikki enjoys hot yoga and spending time with her family, including going to parks, shopping, and the beach. She hopes to expand her family in the near future.