Immediately after graduating summa cum laude from the
University of Houston with membership in the Honor’s College, Shahin Zamir
attended Texas Tech School of Law. While there, Shahin earned the
Henslee/American Jurisprudence Proof of Facts Research Prize and the CALI
Excellence for the Future Award.
After graduating from law school,
Shahin worked as an Assistant District Attorney, where he successfully tried
over 30 jury trials to verdict. During his tenure, Shahin coached numerous high
school mock trial and moot court teams. He also attended an invitation-only
Trial Advocacy course at the National Advocacy Center, where many of the top
District and United States Attorneys in the country are trained.
private practice, Shahin was invited to become a member of The College of the
State Bar of Texas due to his devotion to Continuing Legal Education. He was
also selected to attend the Criminal Trial College, which is a grueling
week-long seminar geared towards mastering Criminal Defense trial techniques.
Currently, he handles a very active criminal docket which entails cases in
Harris and contiguous counties. He prides himself on always being prepared and
always understanding the needs of his clients, which is the foundation of a
On a personal note, Shahin is currently happily
married to his beautiful wife, Beth. A native Houstonian, he is a die-hard
Astros, Texans, and Rockets fan. In his spare time, he enjoys all kinds of
sports activities and helping students with mock trial and moot court