Renee Nouri concentrates her practice in sports, recreation and entertainment. She excels in all aspects of litigation, from drafting pleadings and leading discovery to conducting plaintiff depositions and representing clients in court and settlement negotiations.

Additionally, Renee has extensive experience representing medical professionals and healthcare organizations in medical malpractice claims.

Prior to joining the firm, Renee served as an associate honing her litigation skills at a well-known medical malpractice defense firm. She also served as a law intern for the trial division of a well-known insurance company.

Renee earned her J.D. from Syracuse University College of Law where she acted as president of the Family Law Society. During her third year of law school, she was selected to participate in the Elder and Health Law Clinic in which she represented a low-income elderly client involving financial exploitation by their Power of Attorney. She also served as a research assistant for the Burton Blatt Institute and composed SSI/SSDI briefs for their Appellate Brief Legal Training Project.

Renee stays active with her puppy, Jax, and enjoys practicing yoga, playing tennis and cooking in her free time.

Professional & Civic Involvement

  • New York State Bar Association Young Lawyers Section