Experience & Background

Prior to joining Price Benowitz, Rammy gained significant professional experience in the legal, international business, and government sectors, most recently serving as an Assistant Commonwealth’s Attorney in Fairfax County, Virginia. In that role, he managed all facets of criminal prosecution from indictment to trial – and in a little under three years, Rammy tried dozens of jury trials, hundreds of bench trias, and negotiated pleas on thousands more. He handled a vast array of criminal cases, including violent and gang crime, complex financial and property cases, narcotics and firearm offenses, and traffic-related matters.

Rammy also served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Claude M. Hilton at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia in federal motions and trial practice and procedure. While in law school, he worked as a judicial clerk to the Honorable Justice Steven H. David of the Indiana Supreme Court, volunteered at the Fairfax County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office, interned for the Department of Homeland Security’s Office of General Counsel, and worked in a corporate counsel’s office of an international construction company.

Prior to law school, Rammy worked in a business development capacity and led the proposals department for an international private security firm based in the United Arab Emirates. He led and wrote over 75 proposals, winning contracts worth over $500 million in the Integrateld Security Line of Business.

Currently, Rammy is a member of the National Arab American Bar Association, Federal Bar Association, and Fairfax Bar Association. Rammy is also actively involved in mentoring young lawyers, particularly of minority backgrounds. Rammy believes that having mentors who help you understand how to strategize and execute your goals is paramount to an individual’s success. Because mentors still play a key role in his own professional development, Rammy works every day to assist those coming up in the profession.

Rammy is a proud graduate of the Virginia Military Institute and the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. While at VMI, Rammy worked on a variety of national security matters in three federal government internships with the U.S. Department of Justice, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and the Department of Homeland Security. He is a strong believer in paying it forward and attributes his success to his many mentors. He is heavily involved in mentoring diverse young lawyers and aspiring lawyers on finding their own paths to success in this challenging yet rewarding profession.