Alia Najjar focuses her practice on civil litigation, including general liability and medical malpractice defense. She also has handled numerous litigation matters defending mortgage servicers, lenders and mortgage trustees. Alia began her legal career in California at a national law firm where she defended physicians and other licensed professionals before various California licensing boards, defended physicians in peer review matters and handled administrative law practice matters. Alia represents children in the foster care system pro bono.
Alia is licensed to practice medicine in Texas but decided to pursue a career in law. After graduating from medical school, she completed partial training in general surgery and, during her residency, rotated at some of the best hospitals in the United States. She has been a guest lecturer and panel member at Touro University College of Osteopathic Medicine and has authored articles on medical marijuana and the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act’s impact on medical malpractice in Communiqué. She also co-authored “The Tail Wagging the Dog: Nevada’s 9-Month Super-Priority Dilemma” in the California Mortgage Finance News.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Alia A. Najjar