San Francisco business litigation attorney, Bahram Seyedin-Noor, discusses a personal experience and stories on his early years before law school.
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I’m a first generation immigrant. My family escaped from Iran after the revolution in 1979. We were smuggled through the desert in Afghanistan and ultimately settled in Portland, Oregon where I attended public schools. I went to Pomona College in southern California where I studied economics and other languages including Russian and Spanish.
I attended Harvard Law School straight after college and when I was at Harvard, I was also a teaching fellow at the Harvard University Department of Economics. I taught a class on economics at Harvard and thoroughly enjoyed law school.