Mohaimina ‘Mina’ Haque
Attorney at Law
The Law Office of Mohaimina Haque, PLLC is founded by Attorney Mohaimina “Mina” Haque. Her clients know her as Attorney Mina who is a determined advocate and a skilled problem solver.
She holds a dual combination of litigation and transactional skills that makes her lawyering style in demand to solve complex problems for individuals and businesses. In early 2023, Ms. Haque was awareded Top Attorney of the Year Honoree from the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP). In 2021, the Washingtonian Magazine recognized Ms. Haque as one of the Outstanding Women in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area.
Ms. Haque has been outside general counsel for corporate franchisor Tony Roma’s, with restaurants all over the world, has been recently appointed the interim CEO.
Ms. Haque’s understanding and insights into legal compliance and risks are derived from her broad experience across multiple practice areas. She has successfully represented clients in Washington D.C. on a wide variety of matters, with an impressive success rate in resolving disputes and controversies pertaining to false advertising, personal injury, business contracts, franchise law, defamation, consumer finance and trademarks. For immigration, she has helped many clients file their petitions successfully and represented clients during their interviews before U.S Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Ms. Haque graduated Cum Laude from American University’s Washington College of Law and obtained her undergraduate and graduate degrees from Georgetown University. Previously she worked in the U.S. Senate office of late Senator Edward Kennedy, where she handled immigration casework for constituents. Ms. Haque also worked for Senator Mark Warner from Virginia.
While Ms. Haque was pursuing her Master’s degree at Georgetown University, she was selected for the prestigious White House Internship Program. In that capacity, Ms. Haque served at the Domestic Policy Council in the Executive Office of the President and regularly interacted and worked with senior officials, cabinet members, members of President Barack Obama’s staff, and other national and foreign dignitaries, academics, and policymakers.
Before law school, Ms. Haque served in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Antitrust Division and was awarded the Assistant Attorney General’s Award for Distinguished Work. In DOJ, Ms. Haque worked alongside DOJ attorneys in investigating the high-profile price-fixing case against Apple, Inc. She also assisted in reviewing the merger of U.S. Airways and American Airlines, as well as notable energy company mergers. Ms. Haque served as an Honors Attorney in the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development, where she participated in complex rule-making and counseled program offices.
Ms. Haque is licensed in the District of Columbia and Missouri and admitted to practice law in the U.S. District Court of the District of Columbia. She lives in the D.C. metro area with her husband, who is a Technology-Transactions Attorney, and her two daughters. She serves on the board of the New England Leadership Council of Susan Komen Foundation. She is also an adjunct law professor of law practice management at American University Washington College of Law.
- J.D. – American University Washington College of Law
- cum laude
- M.A. – Georgetown University
- Social and Public Policy
- B.A. – Georgetown University
- Social and Public Policy
- Washington D.C.
- United States District Court of the District of Columbia
- American Bar Association
- American Immigration Lawyers Association
- Mina Haque was awarded Top Attorney of the Year Honoree by the International Association of Top Professionals (IAOTP) in 2023
- Mina was honored as one of the Outstanding Women in 2021 by Washingtonian Magazine
- Mina Haque featured in Yahoo! News
- Mina Haque profiled in ABA Health Law Section News
- NUMBER 1 RATED LAWYER IN WASHINGTON, D.C. ON YELP
- Business Law
- Immigration Law
- Personal Injury
- Class Actions/Product Liability
- Product Liability: False Advertising