Reza Golesorkhi and Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi celebrate Nowruz

in Family Law, Business Law March 19th, 2018

On March 15th, JGL principal attorney Reza Golesorkhi celebrated Nowruz with the Iranian-American Coalition and Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi in Washington D.C. Nowruz is a holiday celebration in honor of both the arrival of the Persian New Year and the beginning of spring. Congresswoman Pelosi was the keynote speaker and Joseph Greenwald & Laake was one of the sponsors of the fourth annual reception. The event was held at the Carnegie Institution for Science in Washington D.C.

The event brought together distinguished members of the Iranian-American community, and allowed attendees to celebrate Nowruz, strengthen relationships, portray positive images and develop greater awareness of the community. The event was hosted by the Iranian-American Coalition, a group made of ten prominent Iranian-American organizations in the region including Children of Persia, West Asia Council, Iranian American Bar Association and the Society of Iranian American Health Professionals.

Reza is widely recognized as one of a handful of elite divorce lawyers in the Maryland Virginia and Washington D.C. area. He has gained a reputation as a skilled trial lawyer with a unique command of the courtroom that sets him apart. Reza handles a broad range of family law matters, and has a keen understanding of Family Law and Business, making him the go-to lawyer for high net-worth individuals.



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