Roxana Amini graduated from California State University, Northridge with a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Amini was the Assistant Manager of a well-known resort in the Caribbean, where she was responsible for overseeing several departments and adhering to stringent Virgin Islands Labor Laws. Later, she worked in New York City as a Marketing Executive in the Fashion Industry.
Ms. Amini attended Chapman University School of Law, where she served on the Mock Trial Board and became President of the American Constitution Society. She received CALI awards for her work in Chapman's prestigious Elder Law Clinic and for her performance in Trial Practice under the Honorable W. Michael Hayes. At Chapman, Ms. Amini was also selected as the sole law student to receive a scholarship to accompany a group of student filmmakers to Cameroon, West Africa. As the group's legal liaison, Ms. Amini assisted in filming and writing contracts for a documentary on the plight of the indigenous forest communities. Their film, entitled "Shadows in the Forest" was aired on PBS, KCET, and various film festivals. At her graduation ceremony, Ms. Amini received the Erin Brokovich award for the "Student Most Likely to Represent Underserved Communities in a Class Action Lawsuit".
Ms. Amini has been licensed to practice law since 2011 and handles Employment, Business, and Personal Injury matters at Wesierski and Zurek, LLP. She is licensed to practice before all the courts of the state of California as well as the United States District Court, Central District of California.