Sharika Zutshi is an associate with Fellows LaBriola who represents plaintiffs and defendants in complex litigation. She has a wealth of litigation experience, including successfully arguing dispositive motions in state court. Prior to joining the firm, Sharika worked as a litigation associate at a national defense firm.

Sharika received her juris doctor from Emory University School of Law, graduating with Honors. While at Emory, Sharika served as a judicial intern to the Honorable Chief Judge Geronda V. Carter of the Superior Court of Clayton County. Sharika also served as a Research Assistant to Professor Fred O. Smith, where she focused on various constitutional law issues. Sharika was also active in Emory’s Moot Court Society, where she served as a competitor and a coach for the Georgia Intrastate Competition. Sharika completed her undergraduate studies in International Relations and History at Florida International University.

Professional Activities

  • State Bar of Georgia
    • Young Lawyers Division
  • Atlanta Bar Association
    • Litigation Section
    • Women in the Profession Section


  • Emory University School of Law, J.D. honors
    • Deans List
    • Top 10% Oralist- 1L Moot Court Competition
    • Moot Court Society, Georgia Intrastate Competition-Coach and Competitor
    • Intake Coordinator and Caseworker-IRAP
    • Research Assistant to Fred O. Smith-Constitutional Law
    • Emory Law Supreme Court Advocacy Project-Writer for Petition for Writ of Certiorari
    • Emory Student Legal Services
    • Emory Public Interest Committee
    • South Asian Law Students Association (SALSA)
  • London School of Economics
    • Two Semesters of Coursework in International Relations
  • Florida International University, B.A.
    • Deans List
    • Honors College
    • History Department Teacher’s Assistant
    • Student Government Association-Judicial Branch
    • Volunteer at Sweetwater Elementary School