Mohamed received an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Business and Society from York University in 2015. He began law school in 2017 at Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts and finished his legal studies at the University of Windsor Faculty of Law, obtaining his legal degree (J.D.) in 2020.
During law school, Mohamed won awards for his legal writing and oral advocacy and was a member of the Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues, International Law Society, and American Bar Association Section of Antitrust Law. He also clerked at the Dedham District Court in Massachusetts, interned with Legal Aid Ontario at the Ontario Court of Justice, and published an article for the Canadian and American Bar Associations.
Upon finishing law school, Mohamed articled at a plaintiff personal injury firm in Mississauga where he gained experience working on personal injury matters. After being called to the Ontario Bar in 2020, Mohamed joined Goldfinger Injury Lawyers where he continues to focus on plaintiff personal injury law.
Mohamed speaks English and Arabic and is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, the Law Society of Ontario, and the Canadian Muslim Lawyers Association.
Outside of work, Mohamed loves playing basketball, going to the gym, catching up on his backlog of movies and TV shows, and spending time with loved ones.
J.D., University of Windsor, 2018 - 2020
J.D., Suffolk University Law School, 2017 - 2018
Trial Lawyers Association
Law Society of Ontario
Canadian Muslim Lawyers Association