Shahab Received his law degree from Seton Hall University where he was involved in pro bono community outreach and interned for a Newark criminal court judge.
Before attending law school, he worked for 5 years in New York City commercial real estate market with some of the world’s largest real estate management companies.
Shahab earned a B.S. in economics and in finance from Towson University, where he was named the finance graduate of the year. He was also president of the Towson University Investment Club, president of the College of Business and Economics Student Leadership Council, and a weekly columnist for The Towerlight newspaper.