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Daryoush Behbood practices general commercial and business litigation, representing and advising clients on a wide array of commercial matters including contractual, real estate, shareholder and securities actions, and other business issues and disputes.

Daryoush attended the University of Texas School of Law where he graduated with honors and was involved in numerous activities such as the 2L and 3L Interscholastic Mock Trial Teams and was a member of the Board of Advocates. As a member of Texas Law’s rigorous Advocacy Program, Daryoush developed the trial and litigation skills necessary to handle even the most complex and demanding of cases. During his summers, Daryoush gained valued experience working for the Texas Supreme Court as a judicial intern and the Fort Bend County District Attorney’s office. During his final year, Daryoush won the Lone Star Classic National Mock Trial Championship and was one of ten graduates from Texas Law’s class of 2015 to be inducted into the Order of Barristers.

Following graduation, Daryoush clerked for the Fourteenth Court of Appeals where he helped the Justices of the court research and analyze complex criminal and civil cases.

Daryoush’s work history and scholastic achievements have given him the knowledge and experience to be a valued asset to the Ingram Team. In his free time, Daryoush enjoys watching football, reading, discovering all the great restaurants New York has to offer, and catching the latest movie.


Admissions:

  • New York
  • New Jersey
  • Texas
  • District of Columbia

Education:

  • B.B.A, The University of Texas at Austin
  • J.D., The University of Texas School of Law (with honors)