Parisa Sadrnia earned her Bachelor of Science Degree in Psychology from Wayne State University in 2013 and her Juris Doctorate from Western Thomas M. Cooley Law School in 2018, where she graduated with honors and in the top 15% of her class. While in law school, she interned at the Attorney Grievance Commission, served as an Academic Teaching Assistant, an editor on Law Review, and was the Editor-in-Chief of Cooley’s Law Journal of Practical and Clinical Law.
Parisa is admitted to practice law in all Michigan State Courts and the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan. Her past legal experience includes a variety of judicial clerkships at the district, circuit, and federal levels.
Just before joining the team at Lewis & Dickstein, P.L.L.C., Parisa served in the chambers of the Honorable Kirsten Nielsen Hartig at the 52-4 Judicial District Court in Troy, Michigan, where she wrote the pivotal opinion and order suppressing DataMaster results, involving the Michigan State Police’s DataMaster machine.
Parisa’s extensive courtroom-related experience, exceptional writing skills, and her exacting attention to detail make her a warrior for her clients. Parisa can often be found working late, speaking with clients, working on motions and briefs, reviewing discovery, and studying her cases. She puts everything into her clients’ defense from pre-investigation to final disposition.
Parisa participates in continuing legal education and her professional memberships include the Oakland County Bar Association and the Detroit Bar Association.