Yasmine Salem Hamdan is a native Texan who grew up in the small town of Euless, home of the Trinity Trojans. She completed her undergraduate studies at the University of Texas at Arlington, where she studied Criminology & Criminal Justice. Yasmine went on to become a member of the first full graduating class of Texas A&M University School of Law in Fort Worth, Texas. During her time at Texas A&M, Yasmine focused her studies on entrepreneurship, intellectual property, and dispute resolution. Her love for the law began at a young age, but it was during her time at Texas A&M that she realized her passion for entrepreneurship and helping individuals make their dreams a reality. It’s no wonder, Yasmine comes from a family of entrepreneurs.
Always a problem solver, she dives right into the issue at hand, helping clients navigate the obstacles that arise in business and guiding them towards a path of success. In addition, she works closely with families to make difficult decisions and reach outcomes that best protect their loved ones’ interests. In life and business, disputes are many times inevitable. As a qualified mediator, Yasmine gets to the root of the issue, uncovering mutual interests, and ultimately reaching creative agreements that satisfy everyone involved. She maintains that her clients teach her something new every day and is a proponent of life-long learning. According to the Myers-Briggs Personality Profile, Yasmine is an ENTJ.
When she’s not in the office or working with clients, Yasmine is spending time with her family and loving husband, Yousuf. She enjoys trying new cuisines, spending time with her five younger sisters, as well as her nieces and nephews. Yasmine also enjoys standup comedy, traveling to new destinations, catching up on her reading list, and watching the Dallas Mavericks win. She is a self-proclaimed chocoholic and dessert enthusiast.
State Bar of Texas
American Bar Association
McLennan County Lawyers Association
McLennan County Young Lawyers Association
National Association of Muslim Lawyers
Dallas Women Lawyers Association
National Association of Arab-American Professionals