Executive Editor of the Richmond Journal of Global Law and Business
Founder and President of the Muslim Law Student Association.
Editor for the Richmond Law Juris Publici Newspaper
Associate Member of the Richmond Law Negotiation Board.(2011 BLSA Int’l Neg. Comp.)
Research Assistant for Dr. Azizah al-Hibri, US Commissioner on Int’l Religious Freedom
The Collegian, University of Richmond’s independent newspaper, interviewed me and reported on the Muslims for Life 9/11 Remembrance Blood drive. In total, we collected 103 blood donations saving up to 309 lives.
Qasim Rashid, L’12, has been awarded a 2011 Law Student Diversity Scholarship from DRI, the Defense Research Institute. DRI is the largest international membership organization of attorneys defending the interests of business and individuals in civil litigation. Rashid traveled to Chicago on June 16, 2011 to receive this award.
Rashid was awarded the $10,000 scholarship in recognition of his demonstrated academic excellence, his service to the legal profession and community, and service to the cause of diversity.
The Alumni Magazine for Richmond Law School recognized me for two prestigious scholarships – the WMACCA Corporate Scholarship and the LeClairRyan Oliver W. Hill Social Justice Scholarship. Read about it here.
The University of Richmond School of Law featured me on their website in recognition of my writing and advocacy to promote pluralism and human rights. Read the full article, entitled, “Law Student Seeks Path to Work for the Greater Good.”