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Sasha earned her Juris Doctorate degree from Suffolk University Law School at the age of 23. Throughout Law School she focused on Family Law. As part of the Senior Partners for Justice program she helped pro se litigants navigate the legal system in Divorce, Custody, Child Support and Probate cases. Sasha worked with the Battered Women’s Advocacy Program where she helped victims of Domestic Abuse obtain Restraining Orders/ Abuse Prevention Orders and created safety plans to guide victims out of abusive situations. Sasha believes in being compassionate and understanding toward her clients and enjoys getting to know them on a personal level, enabling her to be a zealous legal advocate for them. She is available to her clients when they need to vent and feel frustrated with the legal process. By being understanding to her client’s needs and building a relationship with her clients she is able to think clearly and reasonably in order to protect her client’s rights when they are most vulnerable.


Sasha is a proud member of the Muslim Community. She received her fundamental education at the Islamic Academy of New England, Al-Noor Academy and Islamic Center of New England High School. She believes in being an asset to her community and their legal needs.


During her free time, Sasha enjoys traveling, cooking, painting and spending time with her family and friends.

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