Community Involvement

We at Ifrah Law are proud members of our Washington, D.C. community. Our attorneys are involved in organizations such as Special Olympics, National Woman’s Party, and Aspire! Afterschool Learning. We are also proud of our participation in our Pro Bono projects to help fight for justice.

Young Innovator Scholarship

We believe in supporting the ideas and dreams of young innovators and entrepreneurs, and understand that having a solid education will help lead you to do great things. That is why we are proud to announce our Young Innovator Scholarship . It is our hope to continue to contribute towards the education of a young innovator or entrepreneur reaching for their creative goals while also obtaining a solid educational foundation.

Please visit our Young Innovator Scholarship page to learn more about our scholarship!

Pro Bono

Our attorneys are passionate about justice, and committed to fighting for and providing strong defenses to those who have received unfair treatments by the government due to race, religion, gender and more. That is why we pride ourselves on our Pro Bono work, and encourage you to visit this page to read about our participation in projects across the nation to fight against the inequalities and unfair treatment towards individuals by the government.

James Trusty at UMD-Jilin University Workshop

In November 2019, Attorney James Trusty had the pleasure of sharing his knowledge and career experiences with Jilin University law students at a University of Maryland workshop hosted by Professor Devel. Students learned about legal services, James Trusty’s work, and were able to ask questions related to law.

National Woman’s Party

Our attorney Michelle Cohen served as Vice President-Legal Affairs and Secretary of the National Woman’s Party. These are photos from various events our attorneys have attended, including an event where our attorneys were proud to honor Dr. Janet Yellen, now Secretary of the Treasury.  Michelle Cohen had the opportunity to also show Dr. Yellen artifacts at the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument. Also shown is another photo of Michelle Cohen with the National Woman’s Party and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg at the Belmont-Paul Women’s Equality National Monument.

19th Amendment: Women Suffrage Centennial Postage Stamp

On August 26, 1920, the 19th Amendment that guarantees women the right to vote, was added to the United States Constitution. To commemorate the centennial ratification of the 19th Amendment, Attorney Michelle Cohen teamed up with the President of the National Woman’s Party, Susan Carter and the United States Postal Service to create a “Forever” stamp to be used indefinitely. Inspiration behind this stamp came from historic photographs and the official purple, white, and gold colors of the National Woman’s Party. Art Director Ethel Kessler illustrated the stamp from original art by Nancy Stahl, and features women suffragists marching in a public demonstration. 

Please visit this page to order your 19th Amendment: Women Vote stamp.