Amir Khedmati is the current President of the National Iranian American Law Student Association. Born and raised in Tehran, Amir is fluent in Farsi and has several years of work experience in international sales of raw goods as well as foreign investment transactions with clients across the Middle East, Europe and South East Asia. Having earned a B.A. in Philosophy from UC Berkeley, Amir is currently a third-year student at Fordham Law and is a member of the Journal of Corporate and Financial Law. His primary area of interest is business and corporate law, in particular venture capital financing, M&A, joint ventures, corporate restructuring and startup law. He also finds the world of Alternative Dispute Resolution particularly fascinating. As part of his legal experience, Amir has worked as a judicial intern for the President of the Commercial Court of Ireland and acted as a mediator in the civil court of the Bronx. He has also worked in the Housing and Worker Protection Bureau at Queens District Attorney’s office, and as a research assistant for Professor Courtney Cox.