Shuaa Tajammul joined Brodsky Renehan Pearlstein & Bouquet as an associate attorney in 2015. A 2012 graduate of American University’s Washington College of Law, she was admitted to practice law in Maryland in 2012 and in Washington, DC in 2013. Ms. Tajammul is also admitted to practice before the United States District Court for Maryland. Prior to joining the firm Ms. Tajammul was a sole practitioner in Maryland where she handled a variety of legal matters for clients including family law, estate matters, and civil actions. During law school Ms. Tajammul interned for Judge Harold Cushenberry, Jr. in the Superior Court of Washington, DC, and with the Office of the Attorney General of the District of Columbia in the Civil Litigation division. Ms. Tajammul received her undergraduate from the University of Maryland, College Park.
“In order to be an effective domestic relations attorney, you have to appreciate that you are working with people’s most personal issues, and give them due respect. I believe in efficiently resolving issues for clients but also understand the importance of the human component.”
Ms. Tajammul is active in the community and in the Montgomery County Bar Association. She is a Co-Chairperson for the Montgomery County Bar Association Mentor/Mentee Committee for 2015-2016 and is also a 2014-2016 member of the Membership Benefits Committee. She participates in the Montgomery County Circuit Court’s Guardianship Special Assistant Program which assists both wards of the Court and guardians with locating resources and navigating the Court’s processes. Ms. Tajammul is also actively engaged in pro bono legal work through the Pro Bono Program of the Bar Association of Montgomery County through which she regularly volunteers at legal clinics around the county. During law school she was recognized by American University for her pro bono commitments with the Peter M. Cicchino Exceptional Pro Bono Services Honors Award, and was a member of the Mock Trial Honor Society and Articles Editor of the Criminal Law Brief.
Raised in Montgomery County, MD and a graduate of Quince Orchard High School, Ms. Tajammul is fluent in both Urdu and Hindi.