Homa Sayyar Woodrum has been licensed to practice law in the State of Nevada since October 2007. She graduated from the William S. Boyd School of Law at the University of Nevada Las Vegas in May 2007 with her Juris Doctorate. Prior to law school she earned her BSBA in International Business at UNLV and has lived in Nevada since the year 2000 after relocating from Wasilla, Alaska.
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In 2013 Homa was inducted into Legal Aid Center of Southern Nevada's "100 Hours Club" for providing over 100 hours of pro bono (free) legal services through LACSN. In 2012 she was listed on LACSN's "Honor Roll" relating to pro bono service and volunteered at their "Ask-A-Lawyer" program held at Family Court. She is also currently a member of the Clark County Bar Association, National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys, the Nevada State Bar Elder Law Section, Southern Nevada Association of Women Attorneys, and serves on the Discovery Charter School Governing Board. In October 2014 she was named to KNPR Desert Companion's 2014 List of "Top" Southern Nevada Lawyers and became 4.8/5 AV Peer Review Rated Preeiminent by Martindale-Hubbell.
Homa’s first name is a variant spelling of the Persian name for a mythical bird of paradise not unlike a phoenix. She enjoys outdoors activities like running and bicycling (though not very fast in either pursuit). She and her husband (also an attorney), have two young children. Homa is also an advocate for food allergy awareness, safety, and inclusion.