Nyusha Samiei

Lawyer

Nyusha practices primarily Family Law, as well as Civil Litigation and Estates Law. She has appeared before the Provincial Court, Supreme Court of British Columbia, Residential Tenancy Branch, Mental Health Review Panel, and Human Rights Tribunal.

Nyusha articled at a boutique downtown Vancouver union-side labour, employment, and human rights law firm. During law school at the University of Windsor, she received a fellowship to assist a United Nations Special Rapporteur write an annual report to the United Nations. She was also elected to serve on the Board of Directors and Board of Governors of the university student union. Prior to law school, Nyusha graduated with two Masters degrees in History, with a focus on gender studies, from Columbia University in the City of New York and the London School of Economics and Political Science. She received university grants to travel to the US and the UK to complete her primary research in three languages. During and after her graduate studies, Nyusha worked in Alumni Relations and scholarship fundraising at three major universities. In these roles, she liaised with major stakeholders and focused on client satisfaction. Nyusha has also volunteered and engaged in community service for women, immigrant groups, students, and she is committed to access to justice.

Nyusha speaks English, French, and Persian fluently and can serve her clients in these languages. Due to her diverse background, empathetic and energetic nature, and community organizing skills, she can understand her clients’ issues and is devoted to resolving them.

Outside of the office, Nyusha enjoys traveling and spending time with her family, friends, and two cats.

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