- State Bar of California
- Orange County Bar Association, Young Lawyers Division
Nedda Mahrou is a member of the Firm’s Environmental and Land Use Development Services Groups. She represents commercial and residential real estate developers, businesses, and other entities in transactional land use matters and related litigation, including complex environmental litigation. Ms. Mahrou advises clients on planning and zoning law, securing entitlements, municipal affairs, and environmental compliance, including compliance with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). She is experienced in all aspects of the litigation process, including pre-litigation matters, drafting pleadings, preparing and arguing dispositive motions, trial preparation, appellate practice, and settlement. As a member of the Editorial Board of the California Land Use Law & Policy Reporter, Ms. Mahrou has authored numerous published articles on topics involving various land use and environmental issues.
Prior to joining the Firm, Ms. Mahrou completed a post-bar fellowship at the San Diego City Attorney’s office. She went on to become a business litigator, representing companies, developers, public agencies, and individuals in a wide range of business litigation matters.