National Network of Attorneys Committed to Protecting American Muslim Civil Rights
Join the List of Attorneys Committed to Protecting American Muslim Civil Rights
By entering your information, you will receive information on webinars, training sessions, and scholarly discussions about various ways that interested lawyers can help the American Muslim community. Anticipated issue areas may include FBI interviews, constitutionality of religion-based identification cards, registries, religious land use issues for mosques, and designations of organizations or institutions.
The information collected is maintained by Muslim Advocates, a national legal advocacy organization, and will be used strictly for the purposes listed above. Questions may be directed to
***PLEASE NOTE: All attorneys on this list should be committed to providing representation on a pro bono basis, where representation is necessary, appropriate and avoids conflicts of interest. Potential clients may include non-profit organizations, Islamic centers, or individuals.****
District of Columbia
Place of Employment
Currently licensed to practice law and an active member in good standing of the following state bars
Areas of Legal Specialty
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Business & Corporate Law
Employment & Labor Law
Government & Public Sector
Intellectual Property Law
Nonprofit, Civil Rights, Social Justice
Real Property, Trust & Estate Law
Science & Technology Law
Sports & Entertainment Law
Do you have other relevant experience, legal or otherwise, that may be helpful to protecting the civil rights of the American Muslim community?
Select the issue areas in which you would like to receive training or updates
Hate Crimes (legislation and prosecution)
Protecting Islamic Charities and Mosques
Privacy / Surveillance
Discrimination (e.g., employment, airline, registries, IDs, etc.)
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