Ayah A. Sarsour
(312) 506-4484 phone
Ayah A. Sarsour handles a range of complex civil litigation matters, including health care and tort matters. Ms. Sarsour’s practice also includes advising educational institutions on employment and other issues.
Ms. Sarsour graduated from Notre Dame Law School in 2020. While in law school, she was awarded the Public Interest Advocate Award from the Diversity Scholarship Foundation of Chicago and the Top Grade Award in Criminal Law. She was also a member of the nationally recognized Notre Dame Moot Court Trial Team.
Ms. Sarsour has a passion for defense work and a range of experiences in various government sectors. During law school, Ms. Sarsour worked as a Certified Law Clerk in the Medical Unit at the Illinois Department of Financial and Professional Regulations, overseeing licensure related matters. Ms. Sarsour was also a Juridical Law Clerk for the Honorable Judge John Carr and the Honorable Judge Marguerite Quinn. In this role, Ms. Sarsour researched and observed medical malpractice and domestic relation cases.
Ms. Sarsour graduated from Marquette University in May 2015 with a Bachelor’s degree in Corporate Communications and Political Science. After graduation, she joined Teach for America Milwaukee, a member of AmeriCorps, to serve her hometown as a middle school teacher in Milwaukee Public Schools. Ms. Sarsour obtained her Master’s in Education at Alverno College, where she completed her Inquiry Project in Culturally Responsive Teaching. She was also a Sue Lehman National Teaching Fellowship Award Finalist. Finalists were selected by exemplifying the core values of Transformational Change, Team, Leadership, Respect and Humility, and Diversity.