Reem is a graduate of Harvard Law School. She is from Beirut, Lebanon. She graduated from Yale University with BAs in Economics and Global Affairs. As a student at HLS, Reem was involved in HLS Advocates for Human Rights, the Middle Eastern Law Students’ Association (MELSA) and the Harvard Arab Students Association (HASA).
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