Reham was admitted as a solicitor in April 2018. She is a member of the Law Society of NSW and speaks Arabic. She works at Stacks Goudkamp in Sydney.
Prior to joining Stacks, Reham gained experience in the legal industry as a law clerk, paralegal, legal assistant and registration clerk with other law firms.
Reham specialises in personal injury law, including medical negligence, workers compensation (for both the plaintiff and defendant) and motor vehicle accidents, as well as banking and finance. She has a particular interest in medical negligence and intends to do a Masters in Health Law in the future. She has published on the topic of medication errors and the introduction of the electronic medication management system (EMM).
Reham spent a few years working on the Royal Commission into Child Sexual Abuse. During this time, she performed work for some church groups, including preparing assessments, reviewing medical histories, attending mediations, drafting deeds and liaising with church leaders.
Reham is extremely organised and a naturally empathetic person, especially towards people with a disability and children.
Outside of work, Reham is an amateur cook who likes to experiment with new ideas. Reham also occasionally volunteers at the Coptic Orthodox Community Outreach Service, which provides services to the homeless in the Western Sydney region.