Morvarid “Mory” Ahmadi is a senior trial attorney in the Los Angeles office of The Barnes Firm. Prior to joining The Barnes Firm, Mory spent a decade running her own practice. Over the course of her career, she has represented thousands of individuals in personal injury cases, including auto and motorcycle accidents, dog bites, and slip and falls, among other matters.
Having grown up in Southern California, Mory’s passion is helping people in her community who have been hurt. For every individual she represents, she takes time to understand the client’s needs and formulate a case-specific strategy to achieve the best possible outcome, whether by resolving it out of court or litigating the claim through trial.
Mory graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, with a B.A. in Psychology, and received her J.D. from Chapman University’s Dale E. Fowler School of Law. While at Chapman, Ms. Ahmadi authored several articles in the Chapman Law Magazine and was a founding member of the Iranian Law Students’ Association.
Mory is the first lawyer to have served as President of both the Iranian American Bar Association (Orange County Chapter) and the Iranian American Lawyers Association. She remains an active member of those organizations, in addition to The Los Angeles County Bar Association, the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA), and the Banyard Inns of Court. She is a graduate of the CAALA Plaintiff Trial Academy, and has been featured in Attorney at Law Magazine.