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Aneeba Rehman

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Biography

Mrs. Rehman graduated from Hofstra University School of Law in May of 2010. During her time at Hofstra, Mrs. Rehman served as Articles Editor for the Hofstra Labor and Employment Law Journal. In her capacity as Advocate and Vice President for the Unemployment Action Center at Hofstra, she has represented clients at various stages of their unemployment insurance cases before the New York State Department of Labor. Mrs. Rehman’s experience ranges from working for non-profit organizations, for a City Council Member, on a Presidential campaign and she has also interned for New York City Housing Court. Mrs. Rehman explored her passion for civil rights through her prior experiences and when she began as an intern in 2009 and then Associate with Valli Kane & Vagnini.

In February 2014, Mrs. Rehman opened Pervez & Rehman, P.C. with Nadia M. Pervez and together, Mrs. Rehman and Mrs. Pervez have been advocating for their clients in largely employment matters. Representing both employees and employers, Mrs. Rehman has spent her career dedicated to the area of employment law. Workplace harassment, wage and hour individual, class and collective cases, discrimination, retaliation, whistleblower actions, sexual harassment, breach of contract, non-compete agreements are just some of the areas of practice. Mrs. Rehman’s practice also includes civil litigation and real estate matters.

Currently, Mrs. Rehman is a partner at Pervez & Rehman, P.C. and continues to advocate on her clients behalf with a hands on approach. We work to establish a strong attorney-client relationship and work to lead our clients to a successful outcome.

Education

  • Hofstra University School of Law, Hempstead, New York
    • J.D. - 05/2010
  • Hunter College of the City University of New York, Manhattan, New York
    • B.A. - 05/2007

Languages

  • English
  • Urdu
  • Hindi

Current Employment Position

  • Shareholder

Practice Areas

  • Labor & Employment Law
  • Gender Discrimination
  • Wage & Overtime Claims
  • Sexual Harassment
  • Wrongful Termination
  • Federal Court Litigation
  • Asylum and Refugee Status
  • Citizenship
  • Family-Based Immigration
  • Civil Litigation

Bar Admissions

  • New Jersey, 2010
  • New York, 2011