Aisha Mahmood Richey practices in the field of corporate law, with a primary focus on reviewing and negotiating non-disclosure agreements. Aisha has a broad professional background, including in federal employment law, international human rights law and policy, and higher education law. As a civilian attorney for the U.S. Navy and U.S. Army, she spent several years litigating federal employment law cases before the Merit Systems Protection Board and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. After graduating law school, Aisha spent a year as a law fellow for the University of Alabama’s Office of Counsel providing advice to senior University administrators on contract law, probate law, Title IX, and employment law.

Aisha has also spent significant time in Washington D.C. working in the human rights arena. Her research on the development of international freedom of speech laws was published in the Gonzaga Journal of International Law in 2015.

Bar Admission
Alabama

Employment History
Assistant Counsel, U.S. Department of Army Office of the Staff Judge Advocate
Assistant Counsel, U.S. Department of Navy Office of General Counsel
Law Fellow, The University of Alabama Office of Counsel
Intern, The Office of the Undersecretary of State for Civilian Security, Democracy, and Human Rights at the U.S. Department of State

Professional & Civic Associations
Member, Military Spouse J.D. Network
Member, Alabama State Bar

Education
J.D., The University of Alabama School of Law
B.A., The University of Alabama, summa cum laude