Farah was born in Amman, Jordan but has spent most of her life in Louisiana. Farah spent her formative years in Alexandria, Louisiana. She moved to Baton Rouge is 2008 to attend LSU, graduating in Marketing.
Farah was the sole recipient of the Business School Distinguished Communicator award for her graduating class at LSU. Farah also co-founded the Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization at LSU. Ever since she was a child, competing in state and national debate
competitions, Farah always knew she wanted to be a lawyer. Following her undergraduate journey, Farah attended Southern University Law Center in which she proudly received her Juris-Doctorate degree. While in law school she clerked for Judge Wilson Fields of the 19th Judicial District Court in Baton Rouge. Upon graduation from law school she was promoted by Judge Fields as his staff attorney. There she was exposed to all manner of civil litigation, giving her a solid foundation on which to build her practice.
Farah is an active member of the Baton Rouge Bar Association and the Louisiana State Bar Association. She actively volunteers with the Teen Court organization and is also the America Bar Association Young Lawyer’s Division Vice-Chair of the Access to Legal Services Division.
Farah has always had a passion for helping others. She relishes her role as plaintiff counsel as it enables her to assist and help clients when they have been injured through no fault of their own.
Farah prides herself on her strong commitment to family. She is the youngest of six children and an aunt to thirteen nieces and nephews. This strong family tie extends to her client. She dedicates herself to each client as if she were representing a member of her own family.
Farah is fluent in both English and Arabic. Farah enjoys watching her favorite sports teams, spending time with family, and being outdoors.