Venoos Vahid earned her J.D. degree, with a concentration in international comparative law, from the George Washington University Law School in 2022. During her time at GW Law, she was a member of the International Law Review and wrote on her thesis of how sanctions affect women’s rights in Iran. Furthermore, she and three of her classmates represented GW Law in the Willem C. Vis international moot commercial arbitration competition. She competed virtually in Vienna, Austria as well as in several virtual pre-moots around the world such as Iran, China, and India. In addition to her course work and activities at GW Law, Venoos had the privilege to intern at the Tahirih Justice Center, the National Immigration Forum, and the Legal Services of Northern Virginia, showing her dedication to uplifting her community through her career.
Venoos passed the Universal Bar Exam in July of 2022, and was recently admitted to the Alabama State Bar in August of 2023. She looks forward to using her passion for international law and immigration matters to contribute to the Firm.