Oliver Omid Farza attended Rutgers University-Newark Honors College in New Jersey, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and with High Honors, receiving a B.A. in Media and Communications Studies.
While in college, Mr. Farza worked at Cable News Network (CNN) as a television news assistant and at a New York City law firm where he was a legal assistant working on immigration matters.
After college, Mr. Farza worked as a journalist in the New York City metropolitan area and later went on to work in banking until he attended and graduated from Lewis & Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon.
While at Lewis & Clark Law School, Mr. Farza received the distinguished honor of Outstanding Legal Advocate from the Lewis & Clark Legal Clinic.
As a Certified Law Student Intern in Clinic, Mr. Farza practiced Family Law, Landlord-Tenant Law, and Bankruptcy under the supervision of exceptional and inspirational Lewis & Clark Law School professors and support staff.
Mr. Farza was admitted to the Washington State Bar in 2011. He is also admitted to practice in Federal Court. Currently, he works in Seattle's Denny Triangle and works in Family Law and Land Use matters. Mr. Farza is a seasoned litigator with federal jury trial experience; he also has extensive superior court trial and motion practice experience. Mr. Farza is a genuine advocate for justice and equity.