Mahasin El-Amin, Esq., was born and raised in Prince George’s County, Maryland. El-Amin attended Prince George’s County’s public performing arts program throughout grade school. She attended the University of Florida, where she received her bachelor’s degree in public relations. In 2006, El-Amin decided to attend law school at the University of Baltimore School of Law.
El-Amin began her legal journey with every intent to serve the public. While in law school, she had the pleasure of working with the Office of the Public Defender for Prince George’s County, the Public Defender Services for the District of Columbia, the Office of the State’s Attorney for Montgomery County, and in the office of US Senator Ben Cardin. After completion of law school in 2009, El-Amin clerked for the Honorable Beverly J. Woodard for the Circuit Court of Prince George’s County. She spent four years working with Maryland Legal Aid as a domestic law attorney before starting her current position as an attorney at the office of Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., PA.
She is an active member of several bar associations. El-Amin is the current president-elect of the J. Franklyn Bourne Bar Association. El-Amin also enjoys volunteering at the grassroots level for political campaigns. She would like to recognize her parents and six older siblings, because she would not be where she is today without their love and support.