Toufic is a litigation and business attorney in the Southfield office. He is a member of firm's General and Commercial Litigation practice group where he assists other attorneys with meeting the expectations of clients during the demanding needs of the litigation process. He also works with other attorneys to help represent domestic and foreign clients in business and personal immigration matters.
Toufic had the opportunity to intern as a judicial law clerk for the Executive Office for Immigration review for the United States Department of Justice (DOJ). There, Toufic drafted full opinions and orders on behalf of the Detroit Immigration Court. He also compiled research as a part of the DOJ's nation-wide effort to create an organized database for U.S. immigration laws. Additionally, Toufic clerked at the Extraditions Unit of the Wayne County Prosecutor's office.
Toufic attended Notre Dame Law School for his legal education, where he served as the staff editor for the Journal of Comparative and International Law. Throughout his law school tenure he earned several awards, including Notre Dame Law School's Best Brief Award and the Dean's Award for Legal Research and Writing. While at Notre Dame, Toufic spent a semester in Chicago, Illinois working for the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Office of the Chief Counsel. At DHS, Toufic worked on a number of high profile cases, including those of national security importance.
Toufic had a well rounded undergraduate career at the University of Michigan, where he double majored in Cognitive Neuroscience and Philosophy. He achieved University Honors, and was an International Golden Key Honour Society Member.
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University of Notre Dame Law, J.D. 2017
University of Michigan, B.A. 2013, University Honors
Executive Office for Immigration Review, 2015
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