Bahareh is known amongst friends and family to be a staunch advocate for her clients and one who never relinquishes her quest for justice and equity in her field. Bahareh was born and raised in California, and given her tremendous drive and commitment to justice, always knew that she wanted to devote her professional career to the field of law. Moreover, Bahareh attended Whittier law school in Orange County and graduated with notable honors Specifically, throughout her law school career, she worked for several years at the District Attorney’s office in Orange County, where she got a firsthand look into how people from different parts of the world, especially those for whom English is not their first language, were disadvantaged and systematically abused by the law. In essence, she felt that she had a calling to help people using her unique set of talents.
Growing up, Ms. Bahareh Omrani discovered a deep passion for connecting to people from all different walks of life. As a result of this desire to connect authentically to people of diverse backgrounds, Bahareh strived to learn as many different languages as she could and to discover the tremendous richness of global cultures. Consequently, apart from her native languages of Farsi and English, she became fluent in Spanish, Hebrew, and American Sign Language.
Bahareh firmly believed that with her extraordinary ability to connect to people in their native languages, she had a duty to help people navigate the myriad of challenges present in the legal world.
Further, being the only first generation American in her family, and through different criminal justice and sociology classes, Ms. Omrani witnessed the injustices that the law brings forth to non-native English speakers. She subsequently realized that people who are not native English speakers, are abused, underserved, and mistreated by the law. With this realization, Ms. Omrani found the serving people in the legal fields of immigration and personal injury would be the most profound utilization of her language aptitude In both realms, she saw people suffering because of a lack of having the ability to communicate in English.
Bahareh has two small children who motivate her to work hard every single day. She truly believes that the qualities that define being a devoted mother, also render her a better attorney. It is indeed through her tremendous compassion to the successes of each of her clients, their unique stories, and their individual needs that she strives to honor her profession.