Ms. Doshi represents private and public clients in all aspects of civil litigation in both state and Federal Court. Within her litigation practice, Ms. Doshi has substantial experience with commercial litigation, including complex contract matters and business torts, employment-based disputes including discrimination, harassment and retaliation, medical malpractice and healthcare fraud, estate litigation, land use and condemnation. Ms. Doshi is also involved in administrative law and municipal law matters. Ms. Doshi has participated as bond counsel, underwriter's counsel and special counsel for state-level authorities, county improvement authorities, regional, county and municipal utilities and sewerage authorities, and municipalities.
Ms. Doshi received a B.A. with High Honors from Rutgers University in 2005. While at Rutgers, she completed fellowships at the Eagleton Institute of Politics and the Institute for Women's Leadership. She received her J.D. from Boston College Law School in 2008, where she was president of the South Asian Law Student Association.
During law school, Ms. Doshi spent a semester in practice at the United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia in The Hague, Netherlands, where she worked in the Office of the Prosecutor.
Ms. Doshi has served on the board of the Network of Indian Professionals for the New York, New Jersey and Connecticut chapters, an organization which caters to professional development, political awareness and social networking opportunities for young professionals and on the board of Manavi, an organization dedicated to provided culturally competent social and legal services to an underserved community. She presently serves on the advisory board for Women's Education Project.
She is fluent in Gujurati and proficient in Hindi.
State of New Jersey (2008)
State of New York (2012)
U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey (2009)
The Asian Pacific American Lawyers Association of New Jersey
South Asian Bar Association of New York