September 22, 2020 | by Wong Fleming
Wong Fleming is proud to announce that our Partner Rehan Alimohammad, of the Texas office, was approved by the Board of the State Bar of Texas to serve on a Task Force on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion that will study and propose actions to promote diversity, equity and inclusion in the administration of justice and the practice of law.
Alimohammad previously served as a Minority Director for the State Bar of Texas and was the first Asian to be elected Chair of the Board for the State Bar of Texas in 2016. Texas is one of the largest state bars with over 100,000 licensed attorneys.
Wong Fleming, one of the largest minority owned firms in the U.S., is a full-service law firm that is headquartered in Princeton, New Jersey, with branch offices throughout the United States, including Washington, Texas, California, Georgia, Washington, DC, Maryland, New York, Pennsylvania, and Tennessee. The firm is a member of the National Association of Minority & Women Owned Firms, and certified as a women’s business enterprise by the Women’s Business Enterprise National Council.
“We are committed to exceeding client expectations while remembering the importance of integrity, legal scholarship, advocacy tempered with civility, and the promotion of diversity in the legal profession,” says Linda Wong, founder and CEO of Wong Fleming.
About Rehan Alimohammad
Rehan Alimohammad is a Partner in the national firm of Wong Fleming in the Sugar Land, Texas office in charge of Immigration Law, and Tax Law. He is a CPA since 1999 and Attorney since 2001 and was listed as one of the Top Attorneys in Houston, Texas by Houstonia Magazine from 2013-2015, has a 10.0 Superb rating on AVVO, and an AV rating on Martindale Hubbell. He also was named one of the Five Outstanding Young Texans by the Texas Junior Chamber of Commerce in 2011 for outstanding legal pro bono service.
He is currently Chairman of the Board for the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce and Immediate Past Chair of the Board for the State Bar of Texas (1st Asian to hold this position); member of the Executive Committee and Past Minority Director of the State Bar of Texas; Legal Counsel, Board Member, member of the Diversity Action Team for the Fort Bend Chamber of Commerce; Board member for the Katy Bar Association and the Houston Bar Association; on the Leadership Task Force for the Katy Economic Development Council; Co-chair for Houston Bar Association’s Minority Opportunities in the Legal Profession committee; and on the Steering Committee for the Texas Minority Counsel Program and Texas Minority Attorney Program. He also serves on the advocacy committee for NAMWOLF (National Association of Minority and Women Owned Law Firms).