Mary Rahimi is a trial attorney who represents employees in all phases of labor and employment law, including litigation before state and federal courts, regulatory, and administrative agencies. In addition to seeking justice for clients under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, and the Fair Labor Standards Act, she also represents clients by defending charges of discrimination, and the U.S. Merit Systems Protections Board. Mary also represents businesses being investigated by the Department of Labor, and has experience defending clients during compliance checks and Wage and Hour claims.
Mary’s true passion as an advocate is assisting clients with immigration issues. She has experience helping clients seek various routes of coming to the United States, or remaining in the United States through H-1B visas, family green cards, employment-based green cards, temporary protected status, and asylum. Mary believes in helping her clients reach their immigration goals, whether they are located within or outside the United States.
Mary also practices family and domestic matters, where she seeks to bring her clients peace of mind. She understands the difficulties of going through a divorce, legal separation, or custody battle, and she is ready to fight for you.
A portion of Mary's practice is devoted to general civil and business litigation. During law school, Mary interned at several firms, gaining a strong background in general civil litigation. She currently practices landlord / tenant disputes, breach of contract, property disputes, and business formation.
Mary is an alumni of the University of Oklahoma, where she obtained her Bachelor’s in Health and Exercise Science and graduated from the University Of Oklahoma College Of Law in May 2020. She is a recipient of the OU Law Merit Scholarship, and was named on the Dean’s Honor Roll for her academic achievements. Mary has a passion for social justice and advocacy, and was recognized for completing over 100 hours of pro-bono work during her time in law school. Mary grew up in Norman, Oklahoma and currently resides in Edmond, Oklahoma. In her free time, she enjoys traveling with her husband, and spending time with their golden retriever.
- Oklahoma, 2020
- Western District of OK, 2021