Donna Farag Featured in a Q&A with The Appellate Project

Donna Farag Featured in a Q&A with The Appellate Project

Attorney News

As part of The Appellate Project’s celebration of National Arab American Heritage Month, the organization featured Counsel Donna Farag in a Q&A in which she discusses her community, law school experience and journey to success, and offers advice to law students of color who aspire to be where she is now. Farag, who focuses her practice on complex litigation and government regulatory litigation, serves as a volunteer for the organization.

Excerpt: “As the impact of US laws and jurisprudence has increasing been felt globally—whether through immigration statutes, the Administrative Procedure Act, Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, Anti-Terrorism Act—it is crucial to have people with diverse backgrounds and experiences weighing in. Their unique perspectives can be instrumental in formulating arguments, advising on implications others may be unaware of, and developing the law. Representation empowers unexpected voices to speak up and provide valuable insight.”

Read the full Q&A. 



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