Neda Saghafi focuses on product liability matters, including mass torts, related to pharmaceutical and biologics products. Neda's experience includes assisting with case strategy, conducting legal research and analysis, and managing discovery. Neda brings a wide range of experience and a diverse legal background to her litigation practice. She is a former teacher in Baltimore City public schools, where she worked predominantly with refugee youth. She also interned as a legal advocate for individuals seeking protective orders.
Following law school, Neda served as a judicial law clerk to the Honorable Michele D. Hotten on the Maryland Court of Appeals. She was previously a student attorney in the University of Maryland's Gender Violence Clinic, where she worked with a survivor of human trafficking and represented a client before a parole commissioner. Neda interned for the SAFE Center for Human Trafficking Survivors, and for Commissioner Chai Feldblum of the EEOC. She spent a semester of law school in UN Women's policy division, where she worked for the Ending Violence Against Women Section.