Rama Taib-Lopez is a Super Lawyer!

in Family Law March 5th, 2017

Congratulations to Rama Taib-Lopez on earning the Super Lawyer designation! Only 5% of attorneys receive this honor each year. Here is more on Rama: 

“My clients are going through one of the most difficult times of their lives,” says Rama Taib-Lopez of her family law practice. “I work closely with them to address their concerns and options. I try to achieve their goals as efficiently and painlessly as possible, but if we can’t settle all issues out of court, I’m prepared to fight to make sure their interests are protected.”

Managing Director Burt Kahn says, “This is Rama’s first year being selected by her peers as a Super Lawyer. We are truly proud that one of our young associates has achieved such an honor for her work in family law. From her first day at the firm, Rama has showed the kind of hard work and dedication to her clients that are the qualities of an excellent lawyer.”

Her practice comprises all aspects of family law, including a unique specialty in navigating issues involving an immigrant spouse. A Montgomery County native and graduate of the University of Maryland for both undergrad and law degrees, she has more than six years’ experience in family and immigration law. She joined the firm in 2015 after clerking for a Domestic Relations Magistrate in Baltimore and practicing at a firm in Annapolis.

She speaks Arabic and Spanish, and has experience with unique legal and cultural issues affecting those communities. Click the image below to see her Super Lawyer profile page. 

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