Allaa Tayeb is an Associate in the firm’s Orlando office, where she focuses her practice on complex civil litigation, commercial law, and professional malpractice.
Allaa graduated magna cum laude from the University of South Florida as a double major in Humanities/Cultural Studies and English with a concentration in Creative Writing. While at USF, Allaa was awarded the Humanities Legacy Scholarship based on her academic achievements and service to the Humanities department. Allaa went on to graduate from the Florida State University College of Law with her Juris Doctor.
While in law school, Allaa served as the Online Publications Selection Editor for the Florida State University Law Review and as Managing Editor for Florida State Business Review. She also co-founded the Muslim Law Students Association during her first year of law school. Allaa has also held various teaching assistantships and worked as a Research Assistant to Professor Kimberly Houser, of the University of North Texas, researching issues related to privacy, technology, and business law.
During the summer of her second year of law school, Allaa worked for Black Knight, Inc., a software company that develops technology for the mortgage and home equity lending and servicing process. While at Black Knight, Allaa gained valuable experience in the areas of intellectual property law, regulatory compliance, and contract law. She later went on to work for the Network Advertising Initiative, a self-regulatory non-profit association based in Washington, D.C., focused on serving the online advertising and regulatory community.
Based on Allaa’s commitment to privacy law, she was named a recipient of the the Westin Scholar Award, conferred on her by the International Association of Privacy Professionals. Allaa is also the recipient of the Distinguished Pro Bono Service Award. While in law school she earned book awards in her Privacy and Data Protection Law course and Constitutional Law II course.
Allaa has two publications, a piece titled “Integrating Professionalism and Social Media in the Age of Lawyers That Grew Up With It,” originally published in the Florida Bar’s The Professional, and an article titled Defective Detection, which will appear in the Journal of Law and Technology at Texas in 2023.
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