Wedad Ibrahim is an attorney in our correctional practice group where she focuses on defending correctional medicine physicians and mid-level practitioners in civil rights and medical malpractice cases, practicing both in federal and state court. Wedad also has experience in litigating consumer protection cases and advocating in employment discrimination cases.
Wedad was a graduate of Michigan State University College of Law in May of 2017. While in law school, Wedad was the recipient of multiple oral advocacy awards and competed on the law school’s Trial, Negotiation, and Mediation competition teams. She served as the President of the Middle Eastern Law Student Association and was selected as a participant in the Trial Practice Institute where she completed a two-year certificate program in intensive litigation skills. Wedad is also certified in both civil facilitative and domestic relations mediation.
Wedad attended the University of Michigan-Dearborn, where she earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Political Science and History, and a Minor degree in Arabic Studies. At UM-Dearborn she served as the Student Body President representing the campus community and graduated with high distinction.
Prior to law school, Wedad was a grassroots organizer and lobbyist associate who helped elect local community members into state office.
In her spare time, she enjoys reading, traveling, and spending time with her family.