Dianne Jahangani was born and raised in Los Angeles, California and is a first-generation college and law school graduate. Dianne attended Loyola Marymount University, where she graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Spanish as well as with a minor in International Relations, with honors.
Dianne later graduated from Syracuse University, College of Law, with her Juris Doctor. While in law school, Dianne served as the Administrative Editor of the Journal of Global Rights and Organizations and as a Supervisor for the Cold Case Justice Initiative. In that capacity, she researched unsolved racially motivated murders perpetrated during the Civil Rights Era to obtain justice for victims’ families and to hold responsible parties accountable. Dianne was also a member of the Latin American Law Student Association and the National Women’s Law Student Association.
Prior to graduating from Syracuse University, Dianne worked as a Student Attorney for the Elder & Health Law Clinic, providing legal services to low-income elderly clients, and handled estate planning and probate administration matters. Prior to joining Bibiyan Law Group, she worked as a law clerk at Phillips & Associates, an employment law firm in New York City; while there, she gained invaluable litigation skills.
In her free time, Dianne enjoys spending time cooking, hiking, and watching movies with her friends and family.