Meg Razi graduated from University of California, Los Angeles in 1999 with a Bachelor’s of Arts degree.
In May 2003, Meg graduated from Pepperdine School of Law with a Juris Doctorate degree; and from Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution with a Masters Degree in Dispute Resolution (MDR). Meg is also admitted to practice law in all U.S. District Courts in California.
From approximately January 2003 to July 2003, Meg served as a judicial extern to Commissioner Timothy Murphy in the Los Angeles Superior Court. Meg also volunteered her time as a settlement officer for the family law department of Los Angeles Superior Court and has mediated complex divorce cases. In addition, Meg volunteered for Los Angeles Superior Court’s mediation services from September 2010 to March 2011 and conducted several mediations on a pro bono basis.
Initially, Meg worked for various family law firms. From 2007 until early 2023, Meg operated and managed her own family law firm where she litigated, mediated and collaboratively handled several family law cases, including high conflict and complex ones.
Using the wealth of knowledge and skills gained as a sole practitioner, Meg is now using her legal skills in working for Lawyer for Justice, PC as a dedicated member of the settlement team.
Meg speaks Farsi and enjoys swimming, playing tennis and pickleball in her free time.
- JD, Pepperdine University School of Law
- BA, University of California Los Angeles
Externships & Volunteer Work
- Judicial Extern, Commissioner Timothy Murphy in the Los Angeles Superior Court
- Settlement Officer, family law department of Los Angeles Superior Court