Camellia Mokri focuses her practice on complex commercial and civil litigation, including corporate disputes, professional liability, employment law, insurance defense, and alternative dispute resolution. She has represented corporations and individuals in state and federal courts at the trial and appellate level.
Prior to joining Carr Maloney, P.C., Camellia was the senior associate attorney at a boutique law firm representing international and domestic clients in complex commercial litigation and arbitration. She represented clients on a variety of matters including breach of joint venture agreements, breach of contract agreements, construction matters, ponzi schemes, and human rights issues. Prior to that, Camellia worked at UBS in institutional trade compliance.
Camellia is a graduate of New York Law School, where was a ranked competitor and a coach on the Moot Court Association. Additionally, she was a member of the Institute for Information Law and Policy.
During law school, Camellia interned at Ladas & Parry LLP, supporting its Trademark practice in obtaining, enforcing, and defending trademark rights in the United States and across the globe. Previously, Camellia interned at both the Children’s Advertising Review Unit and the National Advertising Division, where she oversaw the implementation of regulatory developments. Prior to that, Camellia worked in the Access to Justice Program in the Brooklyn Civil Court’s Consumer Credit Division, providing legal guidance to indignant individuals and facilitating settlements on their behalves.
Camellia graduated from the University of Maryland in College Park, with an undergraduate degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice. Camellia is fluent in Farsi and conversational in Spanish.
New York Law School
University of Maryland College Park
- Co-Author, “The Ethical Pitfalls of Being the Inadvertent Lawyer” Carr Maloney’s Legal Ethics Exclusive Issue 2, November 2, 2020
- Co-Author, “SBA and Treasury Release Additional Guidance on Implementation of PPP Interim Final Rules” Carr Maloney COVID-19 Resource Hub, June 29, 2020
- Co-Author, “SBA and Treasury Issue Changes to PPP First Interim Final Rule” Carr Maloney COVID-19 Resource Hub, June 23, 2020
District of Columbia
U.S. District Courts
District of Columbia
- Maryland Bar Association
- District Columbia Bar Association