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Sally Alghazali practices in the area of international trade law, primarily supporting corporate and government clients in trade remedies proceedings and customs matters.

She assists clients in maintaining access to U.S. and foreign markets and ensures that their goods are compliant with U.S. laws on forced labor, namely Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act (“UFLPA”). In her practice, Sally focuses on the intersection between business and human rights.

Sally’s practice includes representing clients in antidumping and countervailing duty cases before the Department of Commerce, the International Trade Commission, and the Court of International Trade. She also assists foreign producers and suppliers in conducting due diligence supply chain tracing of their goods and related components to support non-circumvention certifications. Sally also has experience working on Withhold Release Orders issued by Customs and Borders Protection with a focus on forced labor challenges under the UFLPA. She also assists clients with Section 232 Exclusions for steel and aluminum products as well as investigations under the Enforce and Protect Act (EAPA).

Sally is also an international speaker, native in Arabic and fluent in English.

*Admitted only in Minnesota; practice limited to matters and proceedings before federal courts and agencies


J.D., George Mason University School of Law, Arlington, Virginia, 2022, International Law Journal, Editor-In-Chief
B.S., summa cum laude, Georgia State University, Atlanta, Georgia, 2018, Public Policy
Georgetown University Law Center, Washington, DC, 2022, Third year of law school concentration on international human rights law, trade law, and international and U.S. customs law


Marketplace of Ideas Award 2022 – George Mason University Law School


American Association for Exporters and Importers

Customs and International Trade Bar Association

International Compliance Professionals Association

Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (Associate)

American Society of International Law (International Economic Law Section; Human Rights Section; International Law in Domestic Courts Section)


Arabic, English

State Bar Licenses


Court Admissions

U.S. Court of International Trade