Asma Al-Khshali’s experience encompasses a wide range of complex legal matters, representing clients in business disputes, real property conflicts, employment and labor defense, contractual disputes, transportation and various other complex commercial issues.

Asma’s inspiration to pursue a legal career was deeply rooted in her experience as an immigrant and navigating the legal system at a young age. This personal connection fuels her dedication to the legal profession and her unwavering commitment to delivering justice.

Asma helps clients with innovative and effective strategies to navigate intricate legal landscapes, ensuring clarity and fostering robust relationships throughout the legal process. Clients turn to her for her versatile skills and perspectives, knowing that she brings a unique ability to analyze language nuances and facilitate clear and concise communication.

Before joining Segal McCambridge, Asma was a tax associate at one of the renowned Big Four accounting firms. She represented global clients and corporations in matters involving corporate and tax due diligence, as well as mergers and acquisitions. This broad perspective allows Asma to approach legal challenges with a comprehensive understanding of the intricate business, financial and regulatory landscapes that often intersect with her practice. Asma was also previously a research attorney at the Michigan Court of Appeals in Detroit, where she honed her skills in rapid case analysis, delivering comprehensive reports, recommendations and proposed opinions to judges. Additionally, Asma served as a research attorney for the Michigan Court of Appeals and interned with the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan to the Honorable Laurie J. Michelson and the Honorable Victoria A. Roberts, gaining valuable experience in legal research, judicial procedures and legal writing. 

Asma earned her J.D. from Wayne State University Law School as a Provost’s Scholar. While in law school she served as Senior Articles Editor for The Wayne Law Review, member of Wayne Law’s Moot Court, Vice President of the Entrepreneurship & Business Society and as an advanced student attorney for the Business and Community Law Clinic. She also secured First Place Negotiator and First Place Draft Agreement in the Wayne State Taft Transactional Law Competition, later assuming the role of competition chairperson.

Beyond her professional pursuits, Asma’s connection to her community is evidenced by her involvement with local animal rescues and shelter initiatives. She is passionate about horseback riding, art, travel and her mackerel tabby, Tony.


Professional & Civic Involvement

  • Michigan Bar Association, 2020 – present
  • Federal Bar Association 2021 – present
  • American Bar Association 2020 – present
  • Oakland Bar Association 2020 – present


  • Arabic