Shireen Hébert is licensed to practice law in Ohio and in California. Shireen focuses her practice to the areas of juvenile law and domestic relations law. Juvenile law includes cases pertaining to juvenile delinquency, children’s services and custody or child support matters involving unwed individuals. Domestic relations law includes divorce, dissolution, custody and both spousal and child support. Since 2004, Shireen has represented adults and children in courts throughout Ohio as an attorney and as a Guardian Ad Litem.
Shireen graduated with honors from the University of South Florida in 1994, where she earned a dual Bachelor of Arts degree in French and International Studies. She earned her Juris Doctorate from the University of Dayton School of Law in 2000. Prior to joining Wright & Schulte, Shireen practiced trademark law at the San Francisco office of Baker & McKenzie.
Shireen is conversant in French and familiar with Gujarati, a dialect from India. She is a past board member of The Gloria Dei Montessori School located in Dayton, Ohio. Shireen earned her Bikram Yoga teaching certificate in the Spring of 2003 and is an aspiring violinist.