Shirin Chahal's journey into the legal profession began rather unconventionally. After deciding to attend the University of Southern California for college in 2004, she chose to follow her passion for music and arts and decided to major in music industry. After graduating magna cum laude in 2007, She initially decided to work in the entertainment and technology industries, including time at a talent booking agency and a major record label in Southern California. She also worked briefly at a regional data center in Salt Lake City, Utah before deciding to pursue a more challenging career that could also afford her the opportunity to help people and serve her community. After some careful consideration, Shirin decided to apply for law school and in 2008, she was accepted into the University of Colorado School of Law. During her time at the University of Colorado, she concentrated her studies on technology, privacy, and the protection of artists, designers, and independent business owners. She committed her studies to subjects that covered intellectual property rights such as copyright, trademark, and patent law, while also focusing on internet, telecommunications, and technology law to broaden her expertise within the realm of privacy law. While working as a student, she also served as articles editor for the Colorado Technology Law Journal where her student note regarding privacy on social networks was selected for publication. Before graduating in 2011, Shirin also served as a legal research assistant, contributing to several published law review articles and course books on the law of business entities.
I’m driven to help my clients realize their goals and create a path toward success. Helping others succeed is what makes my job worth doing.