Michael M. Kazemi is a practicing attorney and human rights activist in Southern California. He centers his practice on complex immigration and humanitarian cases. Born in Iran and migrated to the US in 1976, Mr. Kazemi pursued his education at the University of Colorado with undergraduate and graduate study in Political Science and Political Economy, prior to receiving his law degree.
As a teacher, lawyer and activist, Mr. Kazemi has been involved in many progressive causes, including anti-nuclear issues, immigration reforms and refugee programs, human rights movements and civic advocacy. He also provides pro bono legal counseling to victims of domestic and social violence at rescue missions and protective shelters.
Mr. Kazemi has served on the Board of Directors for numerous grass-root and progressive organizations and currently sits as a board member for The Network of Iranian-American Professionals of Orange County (NIPOC), a renowned grass-root organization in Southern California.
In addition to teaching and law practice, Mr. Kazemi has authored and published host of articles on issues ranging from US constitutional laws to social, political and cultural points of interests.