Shirin Zamani | Washington, D.C. | Hogan Lovells

Shirin Zamani

Attorney Litigation, Arbitration, and Employment


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Zamani Shirin

Shirin Zamani
Zamani Shirin
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Shirin Zamani works with clients on all phases of discovery, from document collection through document production. She advises clients regarding document privilege and other legal discovery matters.

Shirin has vast experience creating and managing document reviews in offices across the globe as well as assisting teams with reviews in foreign languages. She has worked on an array of matters including contract, antitrust, government regulatory, white collar, pharmaceuticals, and security matters.

She began her career as a litigation associate at a Boston law firm, where she assisted the case team in preparing for trial, attended hearings, and participated in all phases of discovery from depositions to motions. Shirin also worked as a staff attorney at another firm before joining Hogan Lovells in 2015.

Shirin brings an understanding of the complexities of international affairs to her practice having received her master's degree in this field, with a concentration in U.S. foreign policy, at George Washington University, where she also took significant course work in security studies. A talented speaker, she participated in the McLaughlin Oral Advocacy Competition in law school, where she was named Best Oral Advocate.

Representative experience

Assisted in a criminal grand jury and civil investigation of a specialty pharmaceuticals company by managing 100 witness files, corporate and witness databases, privilege review, and privilege logs.

Managed production in grand jury investigation involving technology company/government contractor, including production of highly sensitive technology and business records requiring special handling.

Assisted in parallel civil/criminal investigation of casino involving alleged violations of anti-money laundering statutes and regulations.

Assisted with discovery and production of documents in data for cryptocurrency/blockchain company in connection with a federal investigation.


  • M.A., The George Washington University, Elliott School of International Affairs, 2006
  • J.D., Suffolk University Law School, cum laude, 1999
  • B.A., Tufts University, 1996
Bar admissions and qualifications
  • District of Columbia
  • Massachusetts