The daughter of immigrants from a small and impoverished village in Lebanon, Nadine learned firsthand about the hardships her parents had to endure in order to become successful in this country. Her passion for immigration law stems from her background as well as her interest in human behavior. Nadine studied Human Psychology and Philosophy at Wayne State University, graduating Cum Laude. She then received her Juris Doctorate from Michigan State University College of Law, where she graduated with Honors.
During her studies, she was involved with the immigration clinic for two terms, aggressively advocating for marginalized individuals. It was at this time she gained exposure to a multitude of cases relating to immigration law, including asylum, U-Visas, VAWA, unaccompanied minors, naturalization, attending USCIS interviews, and appellate briefs to the 6th Circuit. Additionally, she expanded her knowledge of Immigration law by enrolling in courses such as immigration consequences of criminal acts, asylum and refugee law, constitutional law, and wrongful convictions during her law school career.
As a new graduate, she joined George P. Mann & Associates to practice immigration law exclusively. At our firm, Nadine utilizes the skills she obtained to advocate on behalf of clients during USCIS interviews and Immigration Court as needed.
- J.D., Michigan State University College of Law
- B.A., Wayne State University
- State of Michigan
- Completed Civil Facilitative Mediation training required for court roster under MCR 2.411