Farheen Jahangir, Esq.
Farheen Jahangir is an Associate at Tobin & Reyes. Her practice focuses on complex commercial and real estate litigation representing individuals, shareholders and businesses with business disputes and commercial litigation matters in state and federal court. She began her career focusing on Mortgage Foreclosure Litigation, assisting banks and lenders with regulatory, transactional and litigation matters. Over the years, Farheen has gained extensive experience in consumer finance, creditors’ rights, insurance defense and securities litigation through her previous roles as Senior Associate and Associate General Counsel for one of the largest insurance companies in the State of Florida. She has served as lead trial counsel and second chair in a number of demanding, complex cases. Alongside the work she performs for her clients, Farheen has been a member of the South Asian Bar Association of Florida since 2012 and currently the President. In 2020, Farheen was selected as a Super Lawyers ® 2020 Florida Rising Stars Honoree.
Farheen earned her Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics, magna cum laude, from State University of New York at Purchase College. While earning her Juris Doctorate from Florida A&M University College of Law, she received the Best Overall Oral Advocate Award at the 8th Annual National Animal Law Moot Court Competition at Harvard Law. She has also worked as a law clerk for the Office of the Chief Counsel to National Aeronautics and Space Administration at the John F. Kennedy Space Center. During law school, she also interned for the Florida Department of Business & Professional Regulation with the Division of Real Estate, where prosecuted Real Estate license and Appraiser license violations as a Qualified Representative before the Florida Real Estate Commission and Florida Real Estate Appraisal Board. Ms. Jahangir recently accepted an invitation to appear as a Panel Moderator at the Space Generation Advisory Council’s (SGAC) Space General Workshop in Lima, Peru where she led a panel discussion with young professionals, university students and leading experts in aeronautics, engineering and space policy including Dr. Andrew Aldrin of the Buzz Aldrin Space Institute, on the topic of emerging spacefaring nations and the current state of South American Space research. At the conclusion of the workshop, Ms. Jahangir work was submitted to the United Nations Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS), as SGAC is a non-governmental organization with permanent observer status in COPUOS.
Farheen is Canadian citizen and grew up in New York.