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As a child of immigrants from the Middle East, Jenna Hajhassan understands the challenges that immigrants face when they wish to move to another country. That understanding has deeply informed her compassionate approach to serving her clients. “My personal knowledge of the hardships the immigrant community faces,” she says, “allows me to better understand and empathize with my clients.”
At FGI, Jenna works with primarily the firm’s IT clients. She enjoys the intellectual challenge of her case work, specifically drafting and tailoring legal arguments, preparing complex forms, and reviewing legal documents.
Jenna graduated magna cum laude from Wayne State University and earned her J.D. at Wayne State’s Law School. At Wayne Law, she served as an assistant editor and technology editor for the Wayne Law Review. Jenna’s federal court experience includes serving as a judicial extern Honorable Gershwin A. Drain of the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan.
Jenna is an active member of the National Arab American Association. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, reading, and spending time with her friends and family. Asked to summarize her practice philosophy, Jenna stated that, “immigrants are vital to the continued success of the United States. Immigrants bring a unique approach and perspective to every conversation, whether it be in a professional or personal environment. I am honored to serve the immigrant community through my career.”