Mehry Mohseni is a family law attorney with the firm Cage & Miles, LLP. A native San Diegan, Mehry grew up in Encinitas and graduated from Carlsbad High School. She then graduated magna cum laude from California State University, Long Beach where she received her Bachelor's degree in Psychology, and a minor in Child Development and Family Studies.
During her undergraduate degree, Mehry worked as a pre-school Teacher's Assistant and as a visitation supervisor for families affected by domestic violence. After graduation, Mehry became a Program Assistant for the National Family Justice Center Alliance. In this role, she consulted communities and multi-disciplinary service providers throughout the nation on providing coordinated services for victims of domestic violence, child abuse, sexual assault and elder abuse.
Mehry next obtained her Juris Doctorate from California Western School of Law. She served as Vice President of the Public Interest Law Foundation, Secretary of the Women's Law Caucus, and Community Chair of the Child, Family and Elder Law Society. She also clerked for San Diego Superior Court, Juvenile Division judges, handling research on various juvenile dependency and delinquency matters. She then clerked for San Diego County Counsel, Juvenile Dependency Division where she represented Child Welfare Services on numerous dependency matters.
Mehry currently serves on the Women's Resource Fair Task Force, is Co-Chair of the Membership Development Committee for Lawyers Club of San Diego, and volunteers for the Think Dignity Legal Clinic. She is passionate about creating safe homes and communities for youth and families in San Diego.