Lamiaa combines creativity, resilience, and empathy with subject matter expertise to advocate tirelessly for those harmed by the wrongful conduct of large corporations.
As part of DiCello Levitt’s mass tort practice group, Lamiaa Bitar advocates for people who have been injured or harmed by the negligent, reckless, or deceitful actions of individuals and corporations. Drawing on her background in biological and pharmaceutical sciences, Lamiaa brings an expert’s perspective to litigation against some of the world’s largest chemical, pharmaceutical, and cosmetics companies.
Prior to joining DiCello Levitt, Lamiaa served as a law clerk for an intellectual property and business services law firm, where she worked on e-commerce arbitration and litigation, trademark applications, and other complex matters involving patent law, intellectual property, and commercial litigation. She also previously served as a law clerk with in-house counsel for a construction services firm, where she conducted regulatory research and contract review, among other responsibilities.
Lamiaa is fluent in Arabic and English and studied pharmacy in her native Syria before moving to the United States. Before earning her law degree from the Chicago-Kent College of Law, Lamiaa worked as a clinical researcher in activity physiology at the University of Houston, where she earned a B.S. in biology.