A GREAT Attorney-Lawyer for Business, Landlord Tenant, Immigration, DWI, Divorce & Car Accidents.If you have a contract dispute or want a top business lawyer, attorney Nawash is the lawyer for you.If you were injured in a car accident attorney Nawash will get you the Most MONEY possible.Do not let a DWI destroy your life. Call attorney Nawash.In divorce cases, you want an attorney whose on your side.If you are in Immigration Court or want to sponsor a family member call attorney Nawash.When you want the Best of the Best, call attorney Nawash for Landlord Tenant Cases.
Attorney Kamal Nawash is a nationally known attorney with superior court room skills. Over the years, he has earned the respect of lawyers who worked with him and those who went up against him. He is known for his expertise in contract litigation, family law, car accidents, criminal and immigration law.
He has represented clients from all over the world and he is fluent in English, Arabic, with a basic understanding of Spanish and French.
For information, visit www.nawashlaw.com or call 202-776-7191.
Languages spoken: Arabic, English
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Mr. Nawash is a wonderful and skilled attorney. Aside from the fact that our mutual contacts have spoken highly of him, I have relied on his excellent immigration law advice to assist and strategize for mutual clientele of ours. I would not hesitate to recommend him for any of his practice areas.
Paul Abraham Family Attorney
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Attorney Nawash is the consummate professional. I have known him for many years and have sought his advice and assistance on complicated matters. Recently He was asked to consult on a high profile case in D.C. and i was thoroughly impressed with his ability to contribute and respond to team needs quickly and effectively, in a pressure filled situation. I would recommend Attorney Nawash unhesitatingly.
Stephan Seeger Criminal defense Attorney
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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Ambassador for Peace||Universal Peace Federation||2007|
|Attorney||The Nawash Law Firm||2000 - Present|
|Partner||Hanania, Kheder and Nawash||2002 - 2004|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|United States Supreme Court Bar||Member||2011 - Present|
|4th Circuit Court of Appeals||Member||2009 - Present|
|Maryland Bar Association Immigration Section||Member||2008 - Present|
|District of Columbia Litigation Section||Member||2007 - Present|
|Board of Immigration Appeals||Member||2000 - Present|
|United States District Court of Maryland||member||1998 - Present|
|United States District Court for the District of New Jersey||Member||1998 - Present|
|Federal Bar Association District of Columbia||Member||1998 - Present|
|New Jersey Bar Association||Member||1998 - Present|
|District of Columbia Bar||Member||1998 - Present|
|Maryland State Bar Association||Member||1997 - Present|
|LIBYA v. MISKI||Successful|
|WAYNE BRYAN v. PRINCE GEORGE’S COUNTY, MARYLAND,||N/A|
|Kourouma v. Holder||Successful|
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|Landlord and Tenant Law DC||Washington D.C. Commercial Landlord and Tenant Law||2010|
|Traffic & Criminal Law||DWI-DUI, Drugs and Expungment||2009|
|Divorce and Child Support||Family Law||2009|
|Car Accident||Car Accidents||2008|
|Immigration||Obtaining a Green Card||2008|
|Immigration||Immigration through employment||2008|
|Arabisto Magazine||Solving the Palestinian Israeli Conflict||2007|
|American University, Washington College of Law||Law||LL.M.||1997|
|Western Michigan University Law School||Law||Juris Doctor||1996|
|Southeastern Louisiana University||Management||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1992|
|Best Plans for Peace in Israel-Palestine||One State Solution for Israel Palestine||2011|
|Relations Between the U.S. and the Islamic World||Symposium on Relations Between the U.S. and the Islamic World||2008|
|The United States Mission to the OSCE||Religious tolerance||2005|
|ABCs of Immigration Law||ABCs of Immigration Law||2005|
|Iraq War, and lessons for U.S. foreign policy||Iraq War, and lessons for U.S. foreign policy||2004|