Tahirah Amatul-Wadud is an attorney licensed to practice in Massachusetts state and federal courts and in the Northern District of New York.

She runs a law practice with focus areas in civil rights and domestic relations law. Ms. Amatul-Wadud regularly develops and chairs continuing education courses for legal professionals and members of the non-legal community and serves on boards of non-profit organizations. 

Ms. Amatul-Wadud was a White House invitee in December 2015 and attended a ceremony entitled, Celebrating and Protecting America's Tradition of Religious Pluralism.

Ms. Amatul-Wadud is legal counsel for two religious congregations. 

As an African American Muslim woman, Ms. Amatul-Wadud is a public speaker on aspects of family law,  women's issues, civic engagement, interfaith solidarity, children's issues, race and religion.  

Ms. Amatul-Wadud is a graduate of Elms College in Chicopee and Western New England College School of Law in Springfield. She is married and has seven children.