Fargol Ghadiri

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  • Nevada

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B.A., University of Nevada – Las Vegas
J.D., William S. Boyd School of Law

BIOGRAPHY

Fargol Ghadiri joined Hutchison & Steffen as an associate in August 2018, practicing in insurance and civil litigation.

Fargol received her B.A. degree from the University of Nevada – Las Vegas, majoring in Criminal Justice. After working for five years as a legal secretary/paralegal with Hutchison & Steffen, Fargol earned her Juris Doctorate with Pro Bono Honors from the William S. Boyd School of Law, University of Nevada – Las Vegas. While in law school, Fargol completed an externship with the Honorable Jennifer Togliatti and with the Clark County Public Defender, in addition to assisting Professor MacDowell with research regarding the collateral consequences of criminal convictions. She also received the Outstanding Student award for the Community Service Program Bankruptcy Class and the Arizona Women Lawyers Association Mary Anne Richey Scholarship. Prior to joining the Firm, Fargol was the judicial law clerk for the Honorable Judge Michael P. Villani in Department 17 of the Eighth Judicial District Court.

Fargol is fluent in Farsi. In her spare time, Fargol enjoys spending time with her husband and dogs, off-roading, and traveling.



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