Represented high profile case of a Kuwaiti national in a foreclosure action brought about as a result of her former attorney’s conversion of client funds and assisted in the investigation and eventual successful prosecution of said attorney.
Appeared in PBS documentary entitled “Well-founded Fear” currently being screened for immigration professionals worldwide.
Detailed expert consultation to Group of the World Bank’s Women, Business and the Law 2018 publication covering the topic of family law in Morocco, in particular, women’s access to property, institutions, and justice, and the laws and regulations (post April 2015) affecting the ability and the decision of women to enter the labor market and creating their business.
One of the two American Moroccan lawyers from the United States selected to participate in Morocco’s first-ever Moroccan Overseas Lawyers Legal Forum on “Cooperation and partnership: Ensuring effective enforcement, on the ground, of judicial cooperation agreements between the United States and Morocco” (2016)
Arbitrator, Civil Court, Queens County (since 1998).
“The Kashmir Dispute: A Plan for Regional Cooperation,” 31 Columbia Journal of Transnational Law 495 (1994) (Research and editing credit).
“Sources of Law”, UN Special, Geneva 2012.
United Nations System Staff College, Certificate, Political Approach to Preventing and Responding to Electoral Violence and other Election-related Political Crises, 2012.
Egypt’s First Presidential Elections”, OHCHR Publication (2013).