Pardis Camarda is a litigation attorney in the Wilmington office of Cranfill Sumner & Hartzog. Before joining CSH, Pardis was an attorney at a captive counsel office of GEICO in New York State. She defended clients in civil litigation matters relating to motor vehicle accidents, carrying large caseloads from beginning to end. Prior to that, she litigated residential real estate matters at a firm in New York City.
Pardis attended St. John’s University School of Law on a merit-based St. Thomas More Scholarship and graduated as part of the first class of the Pro Bono Scholars Program. She dedicated her time at law school to the Consumer Justice for the Elderly: Litigation Program, where she represented low-income elderly clients in consumer litigation matters. She received her Bachelor’s degree with a double major in Political Science and Sociology from Stony Brook University.
Pardis is admitted to practice law in North Carolina State and New York State. In her spare time, Pardis enjoys spending time with her family and travelling.
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