Mariam J. Aboudamous has a vast amount of skills and passion for justice. She began her career at the age of 16 when she co-founded the largest youth community service organization in the town of her residence. Mariam realized her civic duty at an early age and has been tirelessly working to promote justice and represent her community ever since. In fact, she currently is serving her community as a City Council Member.
Mariam is an alumnus of the University of California, Davis where she earned her degree in Political Science with a minor in Middle East/South Asia Studies. While in college, Mariam worked on various immigration cases in her capacity as an intern for Congressman Mike Thompson in his Napa district office, as well as Washington, DC.
After college, Mariam was the Sales and Events Coordinator for Marriott prior to beginning her law school career at the University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law.
While in law school, Mariam worked at various non-profit organizations in the immigration legal services department. She was also an on-campus representative for Bloomberg Law and Themis Bar Review while serving on the board of two campus clubs. Mariam was the Outreach Coordinator of the Alternative Dispute Resolution Club and the Membership Chair of the Middle Eastern South Asian Association.
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University of California, Davis -B.A. Political Science
Minor in Middle East/South Asia Studies
University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law -J.D.
Certificate in International Legal Studies
Certificate, International Legal Studies
Admitted to Practice Before the Following Courts:
California State Bar
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Northern California Rapid Response Network
Napa Valley Women Lawyers
State Bar of California