About Nazanin Panah
Nazanin is Inlet Employment Law’s Articling Student. Despite being new to the profession, she has already successfully represented clients at the Provincial Court of British Columbia and the Supreme Court of British Columbia. Nazanin takes a trauma-informed approach and places people at the centre of her practice. She is a an empathetic listener and a passionate advocate who will focus on achieving solutions that meet your needs.
Nazanin graduated from the Peter A. Allard School of Law in 2021. During her time at law school, she served as a student clinician at Rise Women’s Legal Centre which gave her first-hand experience in serving clients facing intersecting socio-economic barriers. Nazanin brings with her a strong interest in social justice stemming back to her work with the #LawNeedFeminismBecause campaign and research on immigration and family law at UBC. Nazanin’s academic work resulted in her being honoured with the Alexander J. Cohen Memorial Award for advancing critical inquiry and the Bruce McColl Memorial Prize for excellence in alternate dispute resolution.