Ali W. Charara has spent his entire legal career helping injured people and victims of discrimination and civil rights violations. Ali spent the first five years of his career as an aggressive trial lawyer for the Sam Bernstein Law Firm, where he fought and won in trial for several clients, and settled millions of dollars’ worth of cases. He has also represented disabled Americans against institutional discrimination in pro bono cases across the country.
Ali graduated cum laude from Wayne State University Law School in 2013. While in law school, he received several awards for academic achievement including the Bronze Key Certificate (2010-11), Silver Key Certificate (2011-12), Annual Faculty Award For Excellence In Civil Procedure (2012), and Charles Hammond Memorial Scholarship For Outstanding Academic Achievement (2011-12).
Ali is an active member of the Michigan Association for Justice.
When he’s not fighting for his clients, Ali loves family gatherings, spending time with his beloved dog Elton, and taking scenic hikes.