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Tahanie Aboushi

Partner at
The Aboushi Law Firm

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New York

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Biography

Tahanie attended Syracuse University School of Law.  Following her first year, she clerked for the Honorable Milton A. Tingling, of the New York State Supreme Court, New York County.

Tahanie served as a student attorney in the Criminal Defense Clinic where she successfully represented all her clients resulting in dismissal of all charges. She also clerked for the Kings County District Attorney's Office where she assisted in trial preparation.  Tahanie was elected Intercollegiate Competition Director for the Moot Court Honor Society and was law clerk for the United States Attorney's Office of the Northern District of New York specializing in Civil Forfeitures and Drug Crimes.

Upon graduating law school, Tahanie joined the firm, Adams, Sampson & Associates, LLC. as an associate and handled matters in the area of Family law, Criminal Law, Immigration and Foreclosure Defense. Tahanie is now of counsel to that firm and is the Founding Partner of The Aboushi Law Firm.

Tahanie is Admitted to practice in New York State, United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

Member: New York City Bar Association, New York State Bar Association, New York County Lawyers Association, National Association of Trial Lawyers and New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers.

Areas of practice: Immigration, Family Law, Wills, Contracts, Landlord/Tenant, Foreclosure, Criminal Law, Commercial, Federal and Civil Litigation. 

Tahanie can be reached at 212.300.2113 or at Tahanie@Aboushi.com

 

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  • New York

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