Licensed to practice law in Maryland, and the District of Columbia

Farheen Kaleem

Associate

Farheen has dedicated her entire legal career in the courtroom advocating for her clients’ rights. Even before graduating law school, Farheen represented indigent clients in the Circuit Court for Baltimore City as a Student Attorney for the Family Law Clinic at the University of Baltimore. During her summers, she also clerked for the Maryland Public Defender’s office and interned for the Honorable Judge David A. Boynton of the Circuit Court for Montgomery County. Upon graduating, she represented minors in Child Welfare matters in Montgomery County. She then continued on to represent injured employees in Workers’ Compensation cases as well as represented plaintiffs in personal injury cases throughout Maryland and the District of Columbia. Most recently, Farheen represented the Internal Revenue Service in the United States Tax Court as part of her Masters of Law Taxation program at the University of San Diego School of Law. Since joining Dross Berman, Farheen continues advocating for her client’s rights as a plaintiff’s attorney.

Prior to law school, Farheen worked in advertising for the Discovery Channel in Silver Spring, Maryland.

In her free time, Farheen enjoys spending time with her husband, two kids and family and friends. She likes traveling, scuba diving, cooking and has a passion for art and design.

Feel free to email Fahreen at farheen@drossberman.com.

Education

School NameDegreeYear Graduated
University of San DiegoL.L.M.2018
University of Baltimore School of LawJuris Doctorate2010
University of Maryland, College ParkB.S.2001

Bar Admissions

StateYear of Admission
Maryland
2010
District of Columbia
2012
United States Tax Court2018

“As a litigator, my responsibility is to alleviate the stress my clients are facing due to someone else’s negligence. I fully understand the hardships many of my clients suffer when they are fighting big insurance companies for fair compensation and I believe treating each client with respect and compassion are integral to better advocating on their behalf and helping them get past the difficult times.”