Zarinah Nadir, Esq. is an attorney, who graduated from Arizona State University Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law. She is a long time community activists particularly concerned with cultural sensitivity, youth empowerment, and women’s rights. She serves as the secretary of the board of the Islamic Social Services Association-USA, a national organization addressing social issues and promoting social work and related fields in the Muslim Community as well as providing trainings and assessments for communities in need. She is also the co-founder and board member of Al-Mu’minah Young Muslim Women Association, dedicated to instilling activism and leadership skills in young Muslim women. Zarinah’s primary practice areas are in Family and Juvenile law. Her research interests focus on marital and inheritance rights in Islam and ways to ensure the enforceability of these rights under the American Justice System. She is an entrepreneur and an Independent Consultants with Legal Shield, the leader in legal coverage plans.