Ms. Rezvani’s practice includes the defense of physicians, hospitals, long-term care facilities, and other medical professionals in malpractice litigation and various licensing and disciplinary proceedings.
Ms. Rezvani also has experience representing individuals, corporations, and other business entities in general liability matters.
Ms. Rezvani obtained her Bachelor of Arts from the University of California at Davis (2015) and her Juris Doctor from Syracuse University College of Law (2018), graduating cum laude. She was inducted into the Justinian Honor Society (top 20% of graduating law school class) and received the CALI Award for highest overall performance in Constitutional Law, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Trial Practice, and Legal Communication & Research. Ms. Rezvani also served as a student law clerk to the Hon. James P. Murphy in the 5th Judicial District of the New York State Supreme Court and was a member of the Syracuse Law Review and Moot Court Honor Society. She has been featured as an ‘Emerging Attorney’ by Buffalo Business First and the Buffalo Law Journal for her work in medical malpractice defense.
Ms. Rezvani is admitted to practice in the State of New York, the State of California, and the United States District Courts for the Central and Southern Districts of California. Throughout her career, she has been a member of the American Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, California Bar Association, Bar Association of Erie County, Los Angeles County Bar Association, San Diego County Bar Association, Western New York Chapter of the Women’s Bar Association of New York, Western New York Trial Lawyers Association, and Louis M. Welsh American Inn of Court.
- Sofia Rezvani, New York Court of Appeals Holds Denial of Coordination Test Due to Language Barrier Not a Violation of Equal Protection and Due Process Rights, Syracuse Law Review: Legal Pulse (Dec. 16, 2016), https://lawreview.syr.edu/new-york-court-of-appeals-holds-denial-of-coordination-test-due-to-language-barrier-not-a-violation-of-equal-protection-and-due-process-rights/