Attorney Doni Mazaheri has represented clients in all areas of litigation, including commercial litigation, business litigation, personal injury, and insurance defense.
Doni attended Southern Methodist University, earning a business degree. While at SMU, Doni was very active in the Gamma Omega chapter of Beta Theta Pi fraternity, where he served on the Executive Board as the Risk Manager. As a sophomore, he won second place in an Ernst & Young accounting competition. He also interned in commercial real estate for several years, working with major retail companies such as H&M. He is a football and basketball season ticket holder, and can often be seen cheering on the Mustangs when he is not hard at work.
Following his graduation from SMU, Doni attended Baylor Law School, widely considered the best litigation school in the state of Texas. While in law school, Doni participated in the 2018 Law Meets Transactional Competition, where his team placed second overall and first in negotiations, including a perfectly scored negotiation round. Doni also served on Baylor's prestigious Law Review, where he wrote an unpublished article criticizing the NCAA's exploitation of student athletes and numerous anti-trust law violations. Doni graduated Baylor Law School cum laude and in the top 18% of his class.
A second generation attorney, Doni grew up watching his mother practice law with the highest quality of representation and personal care to each of her clients. Every day he strives to emulate those same standards in his own practice. When not practicing law, Doni frequently visits Colorado to ski.