Our Team

Strength. Wisdom. Clarity. For all families.

Neemi Patel

Associate Attorney

Armed with a passion for supporting survivors of domestic violence from all backgrounds, Neemi found her calling in helping people achieve freedom through family law. This drive to help those who may feel hopeless serves clients who are often entangled in complex, messy, and intensely emotional situations. Finding a clear path forward is incredibly important to Neemi and a foundational value to her work.

Neemi provides instrumental support and guidance to clients through each step of the legal process to help families reach a resolution that is

right for them. She is a skillful and efficient advocate who works closely with families to learn their unique stories. By doing so she can best discover and ensure they reach their legal goals.

Throughout law school, Neemi gained valuable experience in the metropolitan DC area in various roles, including positions at the Family Justice Litigation Clinic in the DC Superior Court, the National Network to End Domestic Violence, the Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment and Appeals Project, and the Tahirih Justice Center.

In those roles she helped clients who have suffered abuse or been through traumatic experiences resolve various complex legal issues, ranging from asylum and immigration matters to protection orders and child custody disputes.

Neemi is a 2023 graduate of The George Washington University Law School where she was an active member of The George Washington Law Review and a contributor to the Criminal Law Brief. She is a member of the Maryland and District of Columbia Bars.

  • George Washington University Law School - 2023
  • University of Miami - 2019
  • Maryland
  • District of Columbia
  • George Washington Law Review
  • Criminal Law Brief, Contributor
  • Domestic Violence Legal Empowerment and Appeals Project Washington, D.C. Law Clerk; August 2021 — November 2021
  • Victim Rights Law Center Boston, MA Legal Intern;  May 2021 — August 2021
  • National Network to End Domestic Violence Washington, D.C. Public Policy Intern;  May 2020 — August 2020