Zarine is an analytical thinker who takes considered, measured steps to solve legal issues. She has a background in creditors' rights and bankruptcy law, and this informs her approach to commercial litigation. Zarine has represented clients in federal court and understands the mechanics of the secured transactions underlying many legal disputes.
While in law school, Zarine was the Executive Editor of the Northwestern University Law Review. This position required impeccable grammar, great attention to detail and the ability to digest large amounts of material in short periods of time—all skills that continue to serve her well as a litigator. She was also certified as a mediator with the Center for Conflict Resolution; Zarine's work in alternative dispute resolution helps her develop creative methods to address complex problems within and outside of the courtroom.
Zarine recognizes the value of providing legal services to underserved populations through pro bono work. She has participated in several immigration clinics and helped young immigrants obtain Deferred Action for Childhood Arrival status.