Farah Gheith was born in Amman, Jordan, but has spent most of her life in Louisiana. Farah is also fluent in Arabic. She grew up in Alexandria, LA and received her undergraduate education from Louisiana State University. Farah is also a graduate of Southern University Law Center.
During law school, Farah clerked for the Honorable Wilson Fields at the 19th Judicial District Court House. She served as Staff Attorney for Judge Fields after graduating from law school. Farah is active member of the Baton Rouge Bar Association and the Louisiana State Bar Association. Farah actively volunteers with the Teen Court organization, and is also the ABA Young Lawyer’s Division Vice-Chair of the Access to Legal Services division.
Farah always had a passion for helping others. She chose to be a Plaintiff’s attorney because she can assist and help others when they’ve been knocked down.
Farah prides herself on putting family first; she is the youngest of six children and an aunt of thirteen nieces and nephews. She enjoys traveling, watching her favorite sports teams, and playing with her dog. Mostly, Farah loves being outdoors.