Amir Raminpour was born in Washington, D.C., and grew up in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Mr. Raminpour graduated from George Washington University with a Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry, and he later graduated from Widener University School of Law cum laude, and received several awards for his achievements in the legal field. Mr. Raminpour was also was a member of the Trial Advocacy Honor Society and received first place at the Twentieth Annual Hugh B. Pearce Trial Advocacy Competition in 2009. Mr. Raminpour is a member of the bar association of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and has been admitted and qualified to practice for the Supreme Court of the Commonwealth of Virginia, and specializes in Real Estate and Commercial Transactions.