Ms. Deylami attended Chapman University, where she studied Legal Studies with an emphasis in Political Science. Ms. Deylami was the recipient of the Provost Scholarship as well as the Laudie and David C. Henley Social Sciences award. During her time at Chapman, Ms. Deylami co-authored (w. Dr. Ronald L. Steiner et al.) “An Invitation to a Constitutional Revolution: Taking Seriously Barnett’s Presumption of Liberty,” which was subsequently presented at the Southwestern Political Science Association Annual Meeting in San Antonio, Texas. Ms. Deylami was also selected for and participated in a prestigious internship at the United States Congress – House of Representatives. Ms. Deylami earned her Juris Doctorate and certificate in Comparative and International Law, Cum Laude, from Whittier Law School in 2012. Ms. Deylami was the recipient of the Dean’s Scholarship, the Research Assistant to the Dean for Faculty Development, member of the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition, and the CALI Award recipient for Family Law, Constitutional Law and International Business Transactions.
Ms. Deylami is active in the Orange County legal community. She has been on the board of the Orange County chapter of the Iranian American Bar Association for the past several years as the Membership Director, the Pro-bono Community Outreach Director, and the Treasurer/Fundraising Director. In her spare time, Ms. Deylami enjoys baking, cooking, painting, keeping active and spending quality time with her family and friends.
Ms. Deylami is fluent in Farsi (spoken and written).