Sheila Tajbakhsh Esq​
Associate Attorney

Sheila grew up in Portland, Oregon, and attended high school in Las Vegas. Sheila received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas in 2013. During her undergraduate career, she interned for the Clark County Public Defender’s Office, as well as interned for the US Senate. Sheila obtained her law degree from the William S. Boyd School of Law at UNLV in 2018. While in law school, Sheila worked for a family law, estate planning and bankruptcy law office before joining The Rosenblum Allen Law Firm as a law clerk.

Sheila has put her skills to use and works primarily in the areas of family law, dependency law and guardianship. She started working with The Rosenblum Allen Law Firm in 2017 as a law clerk and passed the Nevada Bar Exam in 2019.

In her personal time, Sheila enjoys going to the gym, hiking with her dogs, and spending time with her husband and family.

Some Interesting Facts About Sheila

Elle Woods, from Legally Blonde. Just kidding! (Kind of). I was always the kid that would argue and debate my way out of anything. Growing up, I watched every law movie ever made. Eventually, it just clicked that this is what I was destined to do.

The holidays, specifically Thanksgiving and Christmas. Traveling and Happy Hours are a close second- nothing says love like wine during the weekdays.

The Way of the Peaceful Warrior, by Dan Millman

“When a photographer can’t change a scene, she changes her angle and lens to capture the best of that scene. Similarly, when you can’t change a situation in your life, change your perspective to get the best out of that situation. Try to be a filter, not a sponge.”  – I try to be the best version of me that I can be. I may not always get it right, but I still try.

What any normal spoiled Siberian Husky would say… “Mommm let me outside!! Come on!! I want to go outside!” “Wait no, It’s been 1 whole minute, I’m bored now, let me back in! I don’t’ want to be outside anymore!” “Mom guess what… I have the ZOOMIEEEESSSS!”

I would be a magazine columnist. If I ever get tired of being an attorney and decide to go back to school, I would go for journalism and find a magazine to work for.

The 1920’s flapper/“gatsby” era style

The best teacher I ever had was my 3rd/4th grade teacher, Mr. Ecker. He was by far the most influential teacher for me, even though I was so young. Mr. Ecker was so unique, and he had a passion for teaching others. Rest in Paradise, Mr. Ecker.

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