Narmina Sharifova is an associate attorney with practice areas focusing on complex bodily injury, construction defect, traumatic brain injury, and premises liability cases.
Narmina graduated from University of Washington School of Law in Seattle, Washington in 2020. Prior to this, also at the University of Washington, she received her B.A. in Law, Societies, and Justice and a Diversity minor in 2016 with special recognition in 2017 when she received the President’s Medal in recognition of exemplary academic achievement.
Before Smith Freed Eberhard, Narmina worked as an associate attorney at a private criminal defense firm. For 8 years (including her time in law school), she worked as a part-time office assistant and a back-up case manager in a CEO Program at Bellevue College. Narmina helped underserved youth to get free college education, high school diplomas, and GEDs. During her 3L year in law school, Narmina completed a legal externship with the City of Bellevue Attorney’s Office.
Narmina was born and raised in Baku, Azerbaijan (Eastern Europe), and she is fluent in Russian and basic conversational in Azerbaijani and Turkish. In 2010, her family won a Green Card Lottery, and, in 2011, she moved to the States. Narmina has been living in Bellevue for the past 10 years. Narmina loves to collect books, and away from work, she can be found reading French history literature, Slavic literature, and American classics.
University of Washington School of Law, J.D., 2020
University of Washington, B.A., Law, Societies, and Justice, Summa Cum Laude with a Diversity Minor, 2016
Bellevue College, A.A., Criminal Justice, 2014
Washington State Bar Association
Washington Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers
Washington Defense Trial Lawyers