Reem is a trial attorney who handles civil litigation and domestic relations cases for the firm. She is efficient, detail oriented, and tirelessly works to advocate the best possible outcome for her clients.
Before joining Tate Bywater, Reem served as an associate attorney for a large New York law firm focused on transactional law. She has extensive experience in immigration law, and has dealt with all matters pertaining to immigration, but primarily focusing on humanitarian immigration, i.e. asylum and reunification. Reem has a vast policy background, and prior to her work in immigration she was a legal intern at a firm in Brussels doing civil liability on nuclear facilities for the European Commission.
Reem is a graduate of Old Dominion University and Suffolk University School of Law, where she served on the international moot court team and served as a student attorney for the PAIR Project working with refugees. Reem is a Northern Virginia native and lives in Fairfax with her family.
Areas of Practice
- Civil Litigation
- Domestic Relations
- Real Estate Litigation
- New York
- Associate, Fragomen, Del Rey, Berensen & Loewy, LLP
- Law Clerk, Waseem Law Group, PLLC
- Law Clerk, Harrington Law Offices
- Legal Intern, Phillippe & Partners
- Article, RCN, Simulating a cross-border litigation case in the scope of the Paris Convention and of the Brussels Ibis Regulation, (European Commission, 2018)
Suffolk University Law School
- Juris Doctor
Old Dominion University
- Bachelor of Science