Fadi Yousef is a trial attorney in the Dallas office of Rob Wiley, P.C. Mr. Yousef practices employment and labor law. He represents employees with claims related to Title VII and disability discrimination, sexual harassment, family and medical leave, fair and equal pay, retaliation in the workplace, and other employment issues. Mr. Yousef represents his clients in Federal and State courts, as well as administrative agencies like the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC).
Mr. Yousef grew up in Damascus, Syria, where he earned his LL.B. law degree from the University of Damascus in 2012. After graduation, Mr. Yousef moved to the United States and worked in business management for a number of years. Shortly thereafter, Mr. Yousef attended Texas Tech University School of Law, where he earned his LL.M. Masters degree in U.S. Legal Studies in 2016. Mr. Yousef earned the Top-Grade Award in Legal Research and Writing, and Distinction Awards in Constitutional Law and Professional Responsibility.
While at Texas Tech, Mr. Yousef served as a graduate research assistant doing research on issues related to International Humanitarian Law. Additionally, while at Texas Tech, Mr. Yousef served as an intern at the 160th Texas Civil District Court, Judge Jim Jordan, in Dallas County. He gained extensive practical legal experience and was exposed to the nuts and bolts of the civil litigation process. Throughout his career, Mr. Yousef has developed a solid, disciplined character, and has distinguished himself as a leader.
In addition to English, Mr. Yousef is a fluent speaker, reader, and writer of Arabic language. Mr. Yousef enjoys playing and watching sports in his free time, and was a member of the Texas Tech Law soccer team while in law school.
Mr. Yousef is licensed to practice law in the State of Texas and the State of New York, and is an active member of the Dallas Bar Association and the Dallas Association of Young Lawyers.
Mr. Yousef strives to offer his clients the best representation possible, and is proud to have elected a career in which he can fight for the civil rights of his clients.