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Reem Blaik

Los Angeles

P 213-689-0404 F 213-689-0430


Reem Blaik


Reem Blaik is an associate in the Los Angeles, California, office of Jackson Lewis P.C. She provides quality representation and customer service in workplace law matters, including preventive advice and counseling.

Reem’s interest in employment law developed prior to starting her legal career, when she worked as a policy analyst. Through this role, Reem made recommendations to the federal government on how to invest designated funds to attract quality jobs to Southern California.

After her tenure as a policy analyst, Reem attended Vanderbilt University Law School. During that time, she served as the executive editor of her law journal, a teaching assistant for the Legal Writing Department, and a research fellow for the Vanderbilt University Law School Program on Law and Innovation. She was also a founding member of the Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion Committee, a student member of the Faculty Hiring Committee, and the president of the Middle Eastern Law Student Association.

Reem has substantial experience with all facets of litigation, including negotiation, discovery, motion practice, and trial support. After work, she provides pro bono services as the lead attorney and co-founder of a clinic at a local legal aid organization. Her involvement in this clinic allows her to assist individuals in obtaining work authorization that opens doors to new employment opportunities. 

Published Works

  • “Stay Relevant: Data Can Help Lawyers Thrive in the Changing Marketplace,” Tennessee Bar Journal (April 2019) [Author]
  • “Prescriptions at a Price: America’s Opioid Crisis and the Increasing Toll on Drug Record Privacy,” Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law (December 2018) [Author]


  • “DACA Information Session,” Inland Empire Immigrant Youth Collective (Remote Conference, September 2020) (presenter)
  • “Regulating the Unregulatable: Perspective on Governance of Technological Advancements,” (Nashville, TN, February 2019) (organizer)
  • “The Role of Law and International Diplomacy,” (Nashville, TN, February 2018) (organizer)