Omeed Latifi attended the University of California Los Angeles where he graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in political science. After college, he attended the University of San Diego School of Law, where he received his Juris Doctor with a concentration in international law. While in law school, Mr. Latifi participated in the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Clinic where he helped low-income families file tax returns. Mr. Latifi was awarded the outstanding immigration clinic intern for his work at the University of San Diego Legal Clinics representing indigent clients in their immigration cases. He received the University of San Diego Pro Bono Recognition for providing over 100 hours of pro bono work during law school.
In November 2016, Mr. Latifi began working with Adler Law Group, APLC, where he specializes in wildfire litigation and has worked with over 4,000 fire victims whose lives were severely affected by utility companies. Since joining Adler Law Group, APLC, he has helped to secure millions of dollars in pre-trial settlements for fire victims. He is currently assisting in the litigation against PG&E in the Butte Fire, North Bay Fire, and Camp Fire as well as the Thomas Fire litigation and Woolsey Fire against Southern California Edison.