J.D., Harvard Law School (2020)
B.S., Business Administration, Schulich School of Business (2017)
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Parshad Brahmbhatt is an associate in Reichman Jorgensen Lehman & Feldberg LLP’s New York office.
Parshad was part of the trial team that secured a defense verdict in a case in which multiple poultry industry executives (including former Pilgrim's Pride Vice President Roger Austin) were charged with criminal violations of the Sherman Act. The trial win earned the RJLF team The American Lawyer’s “Litigator of the Week” first runners-up recognition, and the case has been covered extensively in the national press. The Department of Justice took the case to trial three times, resulting in two hung juries and, ultimately, an acquittal. As one of only two junior attorneys on the trial team, Parshad provided critical document and exhibit management in a case with over 16 million documents.
Parshad is a graduate of Harvard Law School, where he received honors in Property, Immigration, and Fair Trial. During law school, he was a member of the Harvard Journal on Law and Technology and Harvard Business Law Review. He was also a member of the HLS Drama Society and took part in its annual Parody production 3 years in a row as an actor.
Parshad has a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from the Schulich School of Business at York University, where he specialized in finance and marketing. He was a recipient of the Governors’ Award of Distinction, a full tuition scholarship offered to two students each year for high academic standing and a history of leadership.
Parshad is fluent in Gujarati and Hindi.