Salim Sabbagh is an Associate Attorney at Lynch Law Firm
Mr. Sabbagh has been associated with the firm since 2010, starting as an intern before being hired as an attorney upon completing law school.
He received his Bachelor's Degree from Monmouth University and his Juris Doctorate degree from Seton Hall School of Law. Mr. Sabbagh graduated from University as a member of both Pi Sigma Alpha Honor’s Society and Lambda Pi Eta Honor’s Society.
During his time in law school Mr. Sabbagh worked as a student attorney in the Immigrants' Rights/International Human Rights Clinic. As a student attorney, Mr. Sabbagh represented a young man fleeing sectarian violence in Syria. Mr. Sabbagh briefed and won an appeal before the Board of Immigration Appeals, as well as prepared a filing for remand before the Immigration Court. Mr. Sabbagh’s client would thereafter succeed in being granted asylum.
Also as a law student, Mr. Sabbagh had the privilege to serve as a judicial intern to the Hon. Susan J. Steele, Civil Division, in Bergen County Superior Court, and to the Hon. Kathleen A. Sheedy, Family Division, in Monmouth County Superior Court.
Mr. Sabbagh is a first generation American citizen (his parents were immigrants) and proud to be the first attorney in his family. He is fluent in Arabic and is licensed to practice law in both New Jersey and New York.
Although we probably shouldn’t let the Mets or Jets fans know this – he is an avid Yankees and Giants fan.
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