Naiya Patel | Chugh LLP

Naiya Patel

Legal Assistant

Edison

naiya.patel@chugh.com

732.205.8600 ext 413

F: 732.205.8601
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Naiya S. Patel is a Legal Assistant in the New Jersey Office.

Naiya earned a B.A. LL.B (Honors) degree from Maharaja Sayajirao University, Faculty of Law, Vadodara, Gujarat, India. After completing law school, she joined her father’s law firm, Subhashchandra T. Patel and Associates, practice areas included Civil litigation, Corporate, trade & industrial disputes. She also completed Diploma in Cyber Law a digital course conducted by Government Law College, Mumbai and Asian School of Cyber Laws. She further went on to pursue her LL.M degree with concentration in U.S. Laws from California Western School of Law, San Diego. Prior to joining the firm, Naiya worked as a Senior Legal Assistant  at The Law Offices of Cindy Ramjattan-Paul, P.C., where she assisted in the Family-based Immigration matter, Asylum, Removal Proceedings, VAWA, Provisional Waivers, U Non-immigrant Visas etc.  Naiya is now working with our New Jersey Office and is a part of the Business Immigration Team.

BAR ADMISSION

The Bar Council of Gujarat, India

EDUCATION

California Western School of Law, San Diego (LLM) , 2016
Diploma in Cyber Law, Mumbai, India, 2015
Maharaja Sayajirao University, Faculty of Law, India, B.A. LL.B (Honors), 2014

CERTIFICATIONS

Mediation
Notary Public, New Jersey

LANGUAGE

English
Hindi
Gujarati

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