Natalie Rastegari is a litigation associate at Salisian | Lee LLP. Ms. Rastegari’s practice is focused on representing Southern California-based businesses and individuals in a wide variety of business matters. Prior to joining Salisian | Lee, Ms. Rastegari began her career and sharpened her legal skills at a business litigation firm in Orange County. While there, she gained significant experience inside and outside of the courtroom, handling all phases of litigation and settlement negotiations, including pre-trial and jury trial practice. Ms. Rastegari also worked as a law clerk for the Orange County Public Defender’s Office, where she gained valuable experience in criminal defense work.
Ms. Rastegari received her J.D. from USC’s Gould School of Law. While there, she externed for Justice Harry Pregerson of the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. During the course of her legal studies, Ms. Rastegari also worked in her law school’s immigration clinic and for a prominent civil rights and employment litigation firm in downtown Los Angeles. She received her B.A. from UCLA, graduating cum laude.
Ms. Rastegari is the 2017 Los Angeles Chapter President for the Iranian American Bar Association (IABA).
Ms. Rastegari is admitted to practice law in California and before the United States District Court for the Central District of California.
Los Angeles Business Journal
June 2017 – Nominee, Los Angeles Business Journal 2017 Women’s Summit Awards.
January 21, 2015 – “AB 1256: Paparazzi Get Too Close For Comfort”