Sharp. Prepared. Instinctive.

Raha’s practice focuses on commercial litigation, labor and employment, insurance defense, and products liability defense.

The courtroom is Raha’s second home. As an undergraduate Southern Methodist University, Raha interned for the Honorable Judge Tonya Parker in Dallas County’s 116th Judicial District Court. While at Baylor Law, Raha served as a judicial intern for the Honorable Judge Eric V. Moyé in the 14th Judicial District Court of Dallas County Additionally, Raha competed on Baylor’s Law Moot Court and Mock Trial Teams and participated in the Practice Court Program.

While at Baylor Law School, Raha received several honors including becoming a member of the Order of the Barristers, the Dean’s List, and a recipient of the Dean’s Academic Excellence Scholarship. She also worked as a legal intern for the Los Angeles Office of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. Leading up to her final year in law school, Raha worked as a summer law clerk for two law firms in Austin and Houston, respectively.

Raha is an active member of the Dallas Bar Association, Dallas Association of Young Lawyers, and Dallas Women Lawyers Association. Raha is fluent in Farsi and Spanish, and she is a trained legal observer and volunteer with the ACLU of Texas.

Contact Raha directly at 469.607.2309 or by email at rassadi@stewartbradbury.com.

Raha’s Background

J.D., Baylor Law School, 2017

  • Dean’s List, Spring 2017
  • Order of the Barristers
  • Baylor Law Moot Court Team – Thomas Tang National Moot Court Competition
  • Baylor Law Mock Trial Team – National Trial Competition (NTC) Mock Trial Competition; Mad Dog Mock Trial Competition
  • Dean’s Academic Excellence Scholarship Recipient

B.S., Sociology/B.A., Spanish, Southern Methodist University, 2014

  • SMU Engaged Learning Research Project
  • Phi Alpha Delta
  • SMU-In-Spain Program
  • Women’s Club Soccer Team
  • Distinguished Achievement Scholarship Recipient