Shireen Nasir focuses her practice on copyright and trademark law.
Prior to joining the firm, Shireen worked as an intellectual property litigation associate in the New York City office of a national law firm where she focused on intellectual property matters in the publishing, fashion, and entertainment industries. Previously, Shireen was a complex commercial litigation associate in the New York City office of an international law firm where she represented clients in a wide variety of litigation matters.
While attending University of Pennsylvania Law School, Shireen was Senior Editor of the Journal of International Law.
Shireen was one of the fifteen recipients of the Wagoner International Research Fellowship for Rice University graduating students. Shireen studied and later lived in Turkey, where she conducted an independent research study on the Turkish women’s movement and political empowerment initiatives.
Shireen is fluent in Spanish and Urdu and is highly proficient in Turkish.
University of Pennsylvania Law School, J.D. (2014)
Rice University, B.A., Political Science (2009) magna cum laude
New York (2015)
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