Soheila Azizi is a devoted Trial Attorney, Mediator and Advocate. Her strong sense of advocacy and knowledge of law, combined with more than two and a half decade of civil litigation experience, makes her the best choice for conflict resolutions whether it is fighting in courts, or offering creative alternatives to reduce the conflict when preserving dignity of relationships and integrity of individuals is the client's desire. Ms. Azizi is the co-founder of the California Arbitration and Mediation Services (C.A.M.S.), a dispute resolution center serving Southern California communities. Ms. Azizi’s recent social action initiative, entitled People For Peace and Prosperity a non-profit organization focused on transformative empowerment and collaboration to build thriving individual institutions and communities. Ms. Azizi is more than a lawyer; she is a public servant. Ms. Azizi volunteers her time as a temporary judge, as an arbitrator for the Mandatory Fee Arbitration Programs for the State Bar of California and for many local bar and public benefit associations. She is a mediator through Dispute Resolutions Services in Riverside County and serves on various mediation panels for Civil and Family Law courts. As a community activist and humanitarian, she has served in various capacities such as the Co-Founder & Board Member of Women On The Move Network for nearly two decades.This organization has been dedicated to character development, and Empowerment focusing on mentoring programs, education, workshops for young girls and women.
Ms. Azizi is also involved in community building and spiritual upliftment of the local community. She is the co-founder and past president of Upland Interfaith Council, and has served on the board of the Spiritual Assembly of the Baha’is of Upland for the last 30 years. She has received numerous awards for her exemplary work and community service.