Ali H. Koussan

Ali H. Koussan

Ali Koussan is an experienced attorney in personal injury law. While he has counseled a variety of medical facilities and practices in matters of compliance, Ali’s experience and passion is now focused solely on personal injury law. Although he has extensive transactional experience; he is especially seasoned as an advocate in the courtroom.

Ali graduated with high distinction from the University of Michigan with a degree in finance and a minor in economics. While there, Ali earned multiple distinctions: by faculty vote, reception of the Financial Executives International Award for Academic Excellence; he was named The Honors Scholar in the study of Finance; recognized by the formerly local, Fortune 500 company DaimlerChrysler, with the prestigious DaimlerChrysler Scholarship; and through his service as a member of both the School of Management Honors Program and the Beta Gamma Sigma International Honor Society.

After completion of his undergraduate academics, Ali went on to Wayne State University Law School as a Dean’s Scholar and Lombard Fellow and earned his Juris Doctor. Since then, Ali clerked in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan-Southern Division for a renowned civil rights advocate and federal judge.

In February 2020, Ali applied to become a licensed attorney in the State of Nevada. Since the Nevada Bar has no reciprocity with any other state, Ali was forced to take the Nevada Bar Examination 10 years after having graduated law school. Upon Ali passing the bar examination he became a licensed attorney in the State of Nevada in May 2020.

As a licensed attorney in the State of Michigan and zealous advocate for individual liberties, Ali Koussan continued his legal pursuits as a solo practitioner. However, Ali’s academics did not end after law school; in fact, his studies only intensified when he returned to academics and, ultimately, completed his pre-med studies.

He is licensed to practice law in the State of Michigan and United States Federal Court in the Eastern District.