Arianeh Hamzelou concentrates her practice on a variety of civil litigation matters with a focus on the transportation industry. She works with clients from the inception of claims through negotiation and trial preparation. Arianeh draws on a background as assistant prosecutor in the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office, where she analyzed and evaluated the strength of cases, argued pre-trial motions, conducted grand jury presentations, prepared and negotiated pleas, and conducted bench trials and sentencing hearings. She also spent time as a law clerk to the Honorable Gary N. Wilcox of the Superior Court of New Jersey, Bergen Vicinage, drafting judicial orders and opinions concerning criminal matters, petitions for post-conviction relief, and municipal appeals.
While attending Rutgers Law School, Arianeh worked as a clinical law student, providing copyright, trademark, trade secret, patent, entertainment law, and publishing law advice to start-up businesses, microenterprises, non-profit entities, artists, authors, inventors, and schools. She conducted intellectual property audits as well as trademark, patent, and copyright searches, and responded to U.S. Patent and Trademark Office action letters.
- New Jersey
- Rutgers Law School, J.D., 2020
- Rutgers University, B.A., 2016
- Center for Urban Business Entrepreneurship
- Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Society
- Intellectual Property Law Association