Ms. Zomorodi is the Principle Lawyer of Zomorodi Law. Her practice is focused on commercial and residential real estate transactions as well as corporate mergers and acquisitions. She represents individual and corporate interests in select civil litigation matters at the Small Claims and Superior Court level. Her practice also includes assisting entrepreneurs in developing and structuring their businesses as well as individual clients with Wills and Estate planning and administration.
Prior to opening the Firm in 2013, Ms. Zomorodi attended law school in the United Kingdom where she obtained her law degree at the University of Kent in Canterbury. Upon her return to Canada, she founded the Canadian Law Accreditation Support Services’ (CLASS), an organization designed to assist internationally trained lawyers and law graduates through the accreditation process in Ontario. She is an avid advocate in the Iranian Community and for many new comers in their integration into the Canadian society. She is the author of various legal publications in Persian Tribune Magazine’ and is a member of the Toronto Lawyers Association and Iranian Canadian Legal Professionals (ICLP) Ms. Zomorodi is known for being a strong and dedicated advocate, her commitment to excellence, and building solid relationships with her clients.
Mandy Jassy joined Zomorodi Law as an Associate in 2015. She is called to the Ontario Bar and obtained her Bachelor of Laws (LLB) from the University of Buckingham and had previously obtained her Bachelor of Arts with Honours in Political Science from York University. While in law school, she was an active member of many social and academic organizations throughout her tenure.
Mandy has a general practice with a concentration on corporate structuring, commercial and residential real estate transactions, landlord and tenant matters, and Wills and Estate Administration. She is dedicated to client service, dispute resolution, and strong advocacy.
Mandy has appeared on matters before regulatory boards and tribunals, Small Claims Court and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. She has attended several discussions surrounding advocacy and pa nelled Osgoode Hall’s 2017 Seminar titled “Essential Law, Winning Strategies for Lawyers and Paralegals”.
She is fluent in Punjabi, Hindi and Urdu.
Memberships and Associations:
Law Society of Upper Canada
Women’s Law Association of Ontario
South Asian Bar Association of Canada
Sharareh (Sherry) Jazayeri has been with Zomorodi Law since its inception in 2013 and is the senior law clerk to the Firm’s real estate department. Sherry works alongside lawyers of the Firm searching titles, obtaining and reviewing off title searches and closing both commercial and residential real estate transactions.
She also has experience in acquisitions of vacant land, office, industrial and retail properties as well as private mortgage transactions. Her commitment to client satisfaction makes her one of the most pleasant individuals to work with and empowering to the client experience.
Sherry is fluent in Farsi and a proud member of the Persian Mom’s Organization.
Philo is an articling student at Zomorodi Law. Prior to endeavoring on his legal studies, Philo obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from York University, Toronto, then subsequently completed his law degree in the United Kingdom. During his stay in the United Kingdom, he worked at Toynbee Hall Pro Bono Legal Clinic, helping secure local housing for underprivileged individuals, as well as, assessing, mediating, and resolving employment and housing disputes.
He completed his NCA accreditation in 2019 and is currently enrolled in the licensing process for his call to the Bar in Ontario. In addition to his legal accomplishments, Philo is also an active community member, volunteering for several non-profit organizations, such as SMSJYA, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing engaging services to children, youth, and young adults in the town of Richmond Hill, and on a global scale, he continues to be a member of the World Youth Ambassador-WYW Coptic Orthodox Organization, which encourages and facilitates collaboration between Egyptian and Canadian young adults.
His hobbies consist of; playing basketball and volleyball as well as travelling to various places around the world.