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Kathy Shakibi

Senior Associate

California & Washington
(949) 477-5050

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Kathy Shakibi is a senior attorney at Wright Finlay & Zak. Ms. Shakibi has practiced in the fields of mortgage banking, default services and foreclosures since 2005. Ms. Shakibi has represented financial institutions and their service providers in state and federal courts in matters related to mortgage banking and default services. Ms. Shakibi was also former house-counsel for a multi-state foreclosure trustee and default services firm where she counseled on regulatory, compliance and change-implementation processes. Ms. Shakibi has published several articles for industry publications, spoken at industry conferences and presented on-site training. Ms. Shakibi is a former member of the United Trustees Association and Washington Mortgage Bankers Association. Ms. Shakibi is admitted to practice in the state and federal courts of California and Washington.


  • California State University, Sacramento (B.S., Business Administration, 1995)
  • Whittier School of Law (J.D., cum laude, 2004)

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