Niles Sharif has practiced litigation for 23 years focusing on complex business disputes. He earned his B.A. from UC Berkeley and his J.D. from UT Austin. Mr. Sharif started his practice with the international firm Russin & Vecchi and later became a partner at Barnhorst, Schreiner & Goonan. Mr. Sharif serves as a superior court judge pro tem. He is the founder of The Frances Kitchen Project, a 501c3 public charity, serving migrant farm workers in Mexico.