Nazli Alimi is an associate attorney at McCune & Harber, and has been practicing law since 2011. Prior to joining McCune & Harber, Ms. Alimi practiced toxic tort litigation on behalf of manufacturers and service providers throughout the state of California. She previously worked as a plaintiffs’ attorney in construction defect litigation, as well as a Reserve Deputy Prosecutor at the Office of the Los Angeles City Attorney where she served as lead prosecutor on numerous and various misdemeanor trials. Prior to beginning her legal career, Ms. Alimi worked in public relations where she acted as a publicist for entertainers, authors, hospitals, and local businesses. At McCune & Harber, Ms. Alimi’s practice is primarily focused on the defense of school districts and municipalities.
Illustrative Professional Experience
Significant litigation experience in both defense and plaintiffs’ civil litigation, namely in law and motion practice and alternative dispute resolution.
Successfully obtained guilty verdict against a physically abusive husband in a two-week jury trial involving charges of domestic violence, assault and false imprisonment.
Externship for the Honorable Jay C. Gandhi in the United States District Court, Central District of California (2011).
Member – Iranian American Bar Association, Los Angeles
Member – Los Angeles County Bar Association
Education and Admissions
Loyola Law School, Los Angeles – Juris Doctor (2011)
University of California, Berkeley – Bachelor of Arts (2004)
Admitted to practice before all California State Courts
Fluent in Farsi