Nadine Ninva Khedry
Nadine Ninva Khedry is an attorney with Panish | Shea | Boyle | Ravipudi LLP and focuses her practice on catastrophic personal injury, sexual abuse, wrongful death, dangerous condition, and product liability cases throughout California and Nevada.
Since joining the firm, Ms. Khedry has worked on a variety of personal injury cases. In September 2021, she and attorney Spencer Lucas obtained a $13,000,000 jury verdict in Riverside County Superior Court for a young girl who was sexually molested while in the care of EōS Fitness’ Kid’s Club in Palm Springs, California.
In July 2022, Ms. Khedry and attorney Dan Dunbar obtained a $2,514,198.46 verdict in Chatsworth for a young man who was severely injured by the negligence of a second time drunk driver.
Ms. Khedry graduated from University of California Merced with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and received her J.D. from Loyola Law School, Los Angeles. While attending law school, she was a member of the nationally ranked Bryne Trial Advocacy Team and also participated in the Hobbs Trial Advocacy where she served as a Certified Law Clerk for the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office in Compton. Ms. Khedry also served as the President of Loyola’s Consumer Law Society, an organization that works closely with the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA) and was created to “educate students on the importance of justice and the role that the Plaintiffs’ bar plays in securing this justice.”
Fluent in Assyrian, Ms. Khedry is a member of the State Bar of California and Nevada, an active member of the Consumer Attorneys Association of Los Angeles (CAALA). She also sits on the Consumer Attorney of California’s New Law Division Board and is a member of the Los Angeles Chapter of the Assyrian Aid Society which helps Assyrians in need and focuses on humanitarian concerns of the Assyrian people. In her free time, Ms. Khedry enjoys cooking, exploring new places in Los Angeles, reading motivational or trial skill books, and finding new legal shows like Goliath.