Ejaz Sabir

 

Ejaz A. Sabir is an attorney by profession in the greater Philadelphia area. Mr. Sabir has over 15 years of experience in various roles including a legal advisor, public speaker and founding member of Sabir Law Group. He has represented clients from over 70 different countries. Mr. Sabir is the first attorney from Northern India (Kashmir) to concurrently serve as an advisor on Asian Affairs committees of City of Philadelphia Mayor, District Attorney, and Police commissioner.


He has also served as a member of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Pennsylvania, National Association of Muslim Lawyers, Council on American-Islamic Relations, and Amnesty International. Mr. Sabir is an active member of several interfaith organizations, he speaks to clarify misconceptions about Islam, civic engagements, and immigrant rights and has been involved in interfaith programs in over 50 establishments in the tri-state area.

Mr. Sabir has received Certificates and Awards from different organizations for his professional and social contributions which include Channel 6abc Outstanding Community Service Award, Top 10 Best Attorneys as published by the American Institute of Legal Counsel, Top Lawyers 2015 as published in Main Line Today, Philadelphia Mayoral Commission on Asian Affairs, Christian League of Pakistan in America, Philadelphia Sikh Society of Delaware Valley, Pakistan Community Cultural organization, Philadelphia Police Commission on Asian Affairs, Philadelphia District Attorney Commission on Asian Affairs, and Successful Aging Career Institute of Upper Darby. He currently serves on Board of Directors for Interfaith Philadelphia.

Ejaz A. Sabir is a graduate of the Temple University (Cum Laude) and earned his Juris Doctor degree in two years from Western Michigan University. He lives in Downingtown with his wife, their son Abdullah, daughters Fatimah , Ayesha and Sara, and a cat called Merlin!

 

 

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