Shirin Ravandi loves working on cases. She admits, “It’s a thrill seeing something that I worked on, no matter how small, make it in front of a judge, whether it’s a pleading that I edited or a PowerPoint presentation I created for a hearing.”
Shirin’s colleagues admire her limitless and infectious optimism. She attacks every project, no matter how difficult, with a “can do” attitude. The word “can’t” isn’t in her vocabulary. Ever-friendly but a stickler for precision, Shirin’s personality is reflected in the quality of her work.
Shirin is a first generation American and speaks fluent Farsi, her parents’ native tongue. Having gotten a taste of the legal field from her work at Stanton and previously while attending the University of Texas at Austin, Shirin plans to attend law school so that she can spend even more time in the courtroom. When she’s not working or studying, Shirin enjoys listening to Coldplay or rap, re-reading To Kill a Mockingbird, and trying different sushi restaurants (but hates anything chocolate). She plans to skydive someday despite her fear of heights.