Nabila Rabaa completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan with a Criminal Justice major and a minor in Psychology. She went on to attend and graduate from the Wayne State University Law school where she was on the Moot Court team. Nabila’s practice areas include contract drafting, review, and negotiations as well as criminal defense.
As a former Oakland County Prosecutor, Nabila worked on a variety of cases including Domestic Violence, Drunk Driving, Juvenile, Abuse and neglect, Assaults, and more. Nabila gained invaluable trial experience and an understanding of the complexities of dealing with law enforcement and the government. Nabila has built her reputation in the legal community on legal competence and integrity.
- Oakland County Prosecutor’s Office, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney (2015-2019)
- Chief Judge Gerald Rosen – United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan, Judicial Intern (2013)
- Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office, Law Clerk, Screening Division, Exams/Auto Theft Unit (2012)
- United States Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Michigan, Legal Intern, Public Corruptions Unit (2011)
University of Michigan- Dearborn (B.A. 2010), with distinction
Wayne State University Law School (J.D. 2013)