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    About Ricky S. Shah

    In 2003, Mr. Shah graduated from UCLA with an applied math degree in financial theory. He first used these skills as a paralegal for a mid-sized plaintiff’s class action firm in Century City. From there, he worked in personal injury and other business litigation until going to USC’s Gould School of Law. Mr. Shah has since then worked on a variety of matters in a number of practices including insurance defense, labor and employment, and landlord-tenant matters.
    Mr. Shah grew up in the thriving family business and from a young age learned the ins and outs of successful entrepreneurship.

    Mr. Shah is particularly active in the South Asian Bar Association of Southern California but he is President-Elect and a founding member of the Asian Pacific American Lawyers of the Inland Empire (APALIE). While waiting for his bar results, he helped plan and organize the 2010 North American South Asian Bar Association (NASABA) conference in Los Angeles.

    Following that, he remained an active member of the SABA board but in 2012, he became one of the founding members of the Asian Pacific American Lawyers of the Inland Empire (APALIE), the first Asian-American bar association to represent San Bernardino and Riverside counties. Mr. Shah is the chairman for APALIE’s judiciary committee and will be the President-Elect of APALIE in 2015.


    J.D., University of Southern California Gould School of Law

    • Content Editor, Southern California Review of Law and Social Justice
    • Vice President, USC Federalist Society

    B.S., Mathematics/Economics (Financial theory), University of California, Los Angeles


    • United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
    • United States District Court for the Central District of California


    As a volunteer for the Planning and Research department of the Los Angeles Superior Court, Mr. Shah drafted a memorandum explaining the basics of the technology behind electronic discovery which was published for the court system in July 2011.

    Community involvement

    Mr. Shah is also an active supporter of giving back to the community through a number of organizations:
    • Legal clinic at the Salvation Army Haven Program (assisting veterans near the Los Angeles Veterans Affairs Healthcare Center), Volunteer (2009-2011)
    • South Asian Bar Association of Southern California (SABA-SC): Technology Chair (2011), Outreach Director (2012)
    • 2011 North American Southern Asian Bar Association convention committee, co-chair of the Judicial Luncheon committee and Coordinator for the panel, Religious Accommodations and Regulations by the Government.
    • Asian Pacific American Lawyers of the Inland Empire (APALIE) (2009-current)