Attorney Mo Idlibby has been selected as an awardee for the following prestigious honors:
Top 100 Trial Lawyers by National Trial Lawyers;
Top 40 Under 40 Trial Lawyers by National Trial Lawyers; and
Top 100 Lawyers in Immigration Law by National Advocates.
A former football player and wrestler at Davidson College, Attorney Idlibby has earned a reputation as a fierce competitor and zealous advocate in the courtroom on behalf of his clients' legal rights. Attorney Idlibby has also made numerous media appearances or been featured on CNN, USA Today, Fox, ABC, CBS, NBC, News14, and NPR, among others.
As the son of two immigrants who escaped extreme violence from a country where the government was (and still is) killing its own people, Attorney Idlibby understands, relates to, and empathizes with the plight and struggles that face members of the immigrant community.
Because Immigration Law is Federal Law, UFC Law serves the immigrant community across the United States of America. Attorney Idlibby fights zealously for his clients as a direct result of his love, drive, and passion for helping people from all walks of life, defending and protecting their rights, and defending the Constitution of the greatest country in the world, the United States of America.
Attorney Idlibby was appointed by the then-Mayor of Charlotte, Dan Clodfelter, as one of six At-Large members of the City of Charlotte's Immigrant Integration Task Force.
Attorney Idlibby also previously served as a Board member of the Latin American Coalition and served as one of seven At-Large Members of the National Board of Directors of the Syrian-American Council (SAC), the largest Syrian-American organization in the United States.
Attorney Idlibby was also selected as a "Leader Under 40" in 2013 for his professional accomplishments and diverse contributions to the City of Charlotte. Attorney Idlibby is also fluent in Spanish, Arabic, and English.