Najla Abu-Shaaban has practiced law since 2008. She has worked in the Oil and Gas industry as well as with private parties defending various legal issues. She has advocated for clients against insurance companies during catastrophes such as Harvey in 2017 or for plaintiffs in car accidental injuries.
She has also worked with immigration issues ranging from political asylums to family based petitions for marriages, engagements, adoptions and more. Ms. Abu-Shaaban has work extensively with clients from war torn nations and drug torn regions.
Najla Abu-Shaaban has also done an extensive amount of pro-bono work helping women who have been left alone to support their children. She has set up foundations to promote continuous support for these women and children while managing to shield their identities for their own safety. She continues to do this now focusing on children whose schools have been compromised during war.