Mojdeh, a Chicago native, graduated summa cum laude from New York University and with honors from The George Washington University Law School. Before entering law school, she taught first grade for two years Jersey City, New Jersey on behalf of Teach for America. While in law school, she served as the Vice President of the Mock Trial Board. In her third year, she represented GW Law at the American College of Trial Lawyers/Texas Young Lawyers Association National Trial Competition after achieving first place in her regional division. She also served as an editor on the Federal Circuit Bar Journal, where she published her note titled: “Cyberspace: The Final Frontier – Examining the International Trade Commission’s Jurisdiction Over Digital Information.” Mojdeh also held multiple internships at the Securities and Exchange Commission, including in the Division of Enforcement, and a public policy internship where she actively lobbied Congress on issues affecting consumer rights in telecommunications.
Mojdeh spent her first years in practice representing Southern California’s largest residential property company where she independently achieved numerous favorable settlements. After completing a federal clerkship in the Central District of California, she joined Ongaro PC’s employment team. She represents several large, publicly-traded companies in high-value single-plaintiff, class action, and PAGA claims.
- J.D. The George Washington university Law School
- B.A. New York University