Ali primarily focuses her practice on complex civil litigation relating to antitrust, commercial disputes, and the financial services sector. She has experience in many aspects of major litigation, including pre-complaint investigation, pleading, pre-trial motion practice, discovery, document review, trial, and appellate advocacy.
Ali clerked for the Honorable Jeffrey M. Geller of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City.
While attending American University Washington College of Law, Ali was a student attorney in the school’s Criminal Justice Defense Clinic, and represented clients before the District and Circuit Courts for Montgomery County Maryland. Ali also served as the Associate Managing Editor of the American University Law Review and received the Ira P. Robbins Award as the law review’s most outstanding senior member. She published a note in the February 2013 issue of the American University Law Review entitled, “Intent to Reconcile: SEC v. Obus, the Second Circuit's Edification of the Tippee Scienter Standard.”