Top Rated Real Estate Attorney in Evanston, IL
Neda Nozari is an attorney and mediator with her office based in Evanston, Illinois. Neda’s experience includes but is not limited to the practice areas of business law, employment law, real estate law, and mediation. She has experience mediating a vast range of legal, personal and organizational issues. She is a highly skilled negotiator and a trained and proficient facilitator of communication.
Graduating from Northwestern University with a Bachelors degree in Political Science and later from The John Marshall Law School with a Juris Doctorate her most exceptional skill is being able to understand the needs and interests of parties and bringing people who seem to be very far apart much closer together.
Neda offers a holistic approach to both her mediation practice as well as her law practice. She is interested in working towards building a collaborative system; one that encourages consultation, dialogue and mediation as a means of dispute resolution. Embracing the notion of cooperative problem-solving as shown through her mediation practice, Neda has dedicated her practice to encouraging a system where we are working together to resolve issues while still managing to be efficient and productive.
- Segregation in the Chicago Metropolitan Area – Some Immediate Measures to Reverse this Impediment to Fair Housing (2013) - This report outlines some steps that can be taken to better achieve the goals of fairhousing in the Chicago metropolitan area. Some of them are easy; others may meet with moreresistance, but the Center believes that all would further the cause of fair housing. Therecommendations delineate two types of reforms – legislative and regulatory – and proposeeducation and outreach initiatives. These proposals will be most effective if there is cooperationbetween federal, state, and local governments in implementing them. The recommendations arebased on the findings that follow in this report.
About Neda Nozari
First Admitted: 2012, Illinois
Professional Webpage: https://www.nozarilegal.com/
- Abstract: President Obama began his letter regarding The Reauthorization of the Elementaryand Secondary Education Act with the very poignant statement: “Every child in Americadeserves a world-class education.”1 Although the Constitution does not directly address thenotion of education, the federal government and judiciary have made it clear through variousacts and case law respectively that the United States of America values education and that weshould care for all of our children. One must ask, however, whether only certain children aregetting a “world-class education,” while others are being deprived of their mental nutrition andtools for success. This paper will argue that through unconscious racism, African-Americanchildren in impoverished areas in the United States are being purposefully denied the propereducation they need in order to be given the opportunity to compete for success and power.Further, it will offer a proposal for a redistribution of our resources and attention so as toensure that the words of President Obama are put into action and we will no longer need torevisit the legislation but rather will succeed in providing all of our children what they deserve:a chance and a choice to succeed. , Author, Racism & Power: The Inaccessibility of Opportunity in the Educational System in the United States, National Lawyer's Guild Review, Law, Education, Civil Rights, 2013
Pro bono/Community Service
- Served on City of Evanston's Housing & Homelessness Commission as Commissioner, 2020
- Served on the Village of Glenview's Appearance Commission as Commissioner, 2015
- Mediation Coach, 2010, 2012 and 2015: Served as a mediation coach to business school students at DePaul University , 2015
- Volunteer Mediator- June 2011- Present: Mediate small claims cases at Daley Center and Skokie Courthouse through Center forConflict Resolution (CCR), 2016
- Member of the Board of Directors of Open Communities- January 2015 to May 2015: non-profit civil rights organization dedicated tofostering economically and culturally diverse communities , 2015
Last Updated: 5/15/2022