Mohamed Ghaith was born and raised in Dearborn, MI. Mohamed graduated from Wayne State University – Law School in May of 2018. While in Law School, Mohamed achieved academic excellence, being awarded the Bronze Key Award two years in row.
His legal education includes internships with the Maurice and Jane Sugar Law Center for Economic and Social Justice and the Arab Civil Rights League. Mohamed gained a deep respect for the law through these internships and they helped him see how the law can be used to protect and empower all people. His work focused on labor, employment and civil rights.
At Scott Roberts Law, PLC, Mohamed focuses on aiding clients not just with cannabis concerns, but also with issues related to employment and intellectual property law. His fluency in Arabic and his self-motivated and passionate work ethic makes him an invaluable member of the team. When not aiding our clients, Mohamed enjoys listening to music with a preference for 90’s rock.
|Scott Roberts Law, PLC||Law Clerk||2018-Present|
|Sugar Law Center||Client Advocate||2018|
|Great Lakes Environmental Law Center||Student Attorney||Fall 2017|
|Arab American Civil Rights League||Intern||Summer 2017|
|University Name||Degree||Year Attained|
|Wayne State University –|
|University of Michigan||BA||2012|
|WSU Law School||Bronze Key||2017 and 2018|
|University of Michigan||Distinction||2012|
|Civil Rights League||Intern||2017|