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Isra Khuja, Esq.

Isra Khuja

Attorney & Counselor

Isra began is an attorney in the firm’s litigation and business transactions departments. In April 2021, the Detroit Legal News interviewed Isra and ran a front-page column focusing on her inspiration to practice law, the pursuit of social justice, success in law school, and her determination in becoming a business lawyer, aptly dubbing her All Business.”

Isra focuses her practice upon a variety of litigation matters and transactions in the areas of partnership and fiduciary duty, business tort, commercial special assets, class actions, and general litigation practice. 

While at Wayne State University Law School, Isra was a member of the Moot Court team and served as a Director for the In-House Competition. She was also a National Team oralist and brief-writer, and, in 2021, she earned the Moot Court Best Oralist Award, taking first place in a national Moot Court Competition from amongst 16 law schools. In order to promote diversity on campus, Isra re-activated the Middle Eastern Law Student Association with several of her classmates and was elected Co-President, 2019-2020. Isra is a Merit Award scholarship recipient and an active member of several organizations. She has also acquired valuable skills competing in the Transactional Law Competition.

Isra Khuja

Attorney & Counselor

Isra participated in the Corporate Counsel Externship Program where she was selected as an extern at Crain Communications. She also interned with the Third Judicial Circuit Court of Michigan. Before joining Rossman, P.C., Isra clerked in various public and private sector capacities and worked as a research assistant.

Prior to law school, Isra earned her B.A. from Wayne State University with a double major in Honors Political Science and English, graduating cum laude

Isra is fluent in Arabic.

“There are certain intricacies of the business world business litigators must understand, and since each business and client is unique, it keeps me on my toes and always learning.” – Isra Khuja, Detroit Legal News, 4/15/2021