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Riya Sharma


Riya Sharma is a dual-qualified attorney admitted to the Texas Bar and the New Delhi Bar, licensed to practice throughout India. Prior to joining Morgan & Morgan's Complex Litigation Group, she worked for two years as a Judicial Law Clerk at the Supreme Court of India under Honorable Judge Abdul S. Nazeer, handling complex federal matters at the highest appellate level in the country.

Ms. Sharma then earned her LL.M. from the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law, where she graduated with High Honors in Information Privacy Law, Legal Research and Writing, Contract Law, Fundamentals of U.S. Law, and Legal Ethics and Compliance. She graduated from UC Berkeley as the highest performer in Contract Law. At Berkeley, she furthered her commitment to legal advocacy and served as a Pro-Bono Student Advocate with the Workers’ and Tenants’ Rights Clinic and contributed as a member of the Berkeley Center for Law and Technology, the Privacy Lab, and also worked towards advancing the rights of women in Technology Law. Fluent in both English and Hindi, Ms. Sharma is also certified by the World Intellectual Property Organization for coursework in U.S Intellectual Property.

Ms. Sharma brings her diverse international experience to Morgan & Morgan's Complex Litigation Group, where she represents consumers in class action litigation cases involving contentious nationwide data breaches, unfair and deceptive trade practices, and matters involving consumer protection.

  • UC Berkeley School of Law, University of California, Berkeley '23
  • Jindal Global Law School, O.P Jindal Global University '20

  • Texas
  • New Delhi, India (licensed to practice throughout India)