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Jinan Hamood is a first-generation Lebanese immigrant. Moving to the Midwest in elementary school, Jinan first lived in the Chicago area, before her family relocated to Ann Arbor, where Jinan graduated from Huron High School.

After working to support herself through college, Jinan attended law school where she worked to finish in just two years. In law school, Jinan developed a deep commitment to helping people through the most difficult situations imaginable with compassion, understanding, and knowledge of our legal system.

After law school, Jinan worked as a judicial intern in Ann Arbor's 15th District Court, writing the first grant for the Veteran's Treatment Court, and assisting with the operations of the Mental Health Treatment Court. 

Jinan opened her own practice, where she focuses on addressing disparities in the criminal justice system and navigating difficult matters of family law and a variety of civil disputes with compassion for those affected and outcomes that embody fairness and justice. 


In addition to her legal work, Jinan is an active member of our community, holding leadership roles in and volunteering for organizations such as Women Lawyer’s Association Washtenaw County Region, the Washtenaw County Bar Association, the Neutral Zone, Safehouse, Ele's Place, and CS Mott Children’s Hospital.

Jinan and her husband, Oscar Rodriguez, are the proud parents to two young daughters, and live in Lodi Township with their dog, Fitzgerald, a.k.a. “Fitzy.”

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