Attorney Rabiah A. Rahman is the founder and owner of Rabiah at Law in Ventura, California. A top-rated trial attorney with more than six years of legal experience, Ms. Rabiah provides invaluable advocacy and support to clients throughout Southern and Central California who have legal needs involving any of the following:· Employment discrimination· Hostile work environments· Sexual harassment· Wrongful termination· Employer retaliation· Whistleblower claims· Unpaid wages and overtime issues· Employment contracts, severance agreements and other related mattersThroughout the course of her legal career, Ms. Rabiah has gained a reputation as a staunch advocate for employees who have suffered serious violations of their rights as workers. She established her law firm on a foundation of her unwavering commitment to social justice, and she has achieved considerable success helping her plaintiff clients obtain the full and proper restitution they deserve while holding responsible parties accountable for their actions.An active leader in her legal community, Ms. Rabiah has served as co-chair of the California Employment Lawyers Association's Diversity Outreach Committee as well as chair of the Ventura County Bar Association's Labor and Employment Law Section. She has also served on the organization's board of directors and on the boards of the Ventura County Social Justice Fund and Citations Law Magazine.Ms. Rabiah is also the vice president of the Black Lawyers of Ventura County and governing board member of the New Leaders Council's Los Angeles Chapter as well as member of the Jerome H. Berenson American Inn of Court, among her other professional affiliations. Moreover, she has conducted numerous lectures and seminars across her region on a variety of legal topics, and she has appeared as a guest panelist on a local radio news program.A 2008 graduate of the University of California, Los Angeles, Ms. Rabiah obtained her Juris Doctor in 2012 from the University of California at Berkeley's Boalt School of Law, where she served as managing editor of the Berkeley Journal of African American Law and Policy. She is admitted to practice before all California state courts as well as before the U.S. District Court for the Northern and Central Districts of California and the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California.