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Pakistani American Rabeea Collier becomes a judge in Houston

HUSTON: A Pakistani Muslim American woman became a judge in the 113th district in Houston, Texas.

Judge Rabeea Collier presided he courtroom of the 113th District, Houston. She’s a Pakistani Muslim American.

Rabeea Collier has practiced law for more than 12 years. She is a Democrats and has been a board member of the Harris County Democratic Lawyers’ Association and Association of Women Attorneys.

Married to an attorney, Robert Collier, Rabeea has two sons. The couple lives in North Houston.

Rabeea has also been a member of Women in the Profession Committee of the State Bar of Texas.

Rabeea graduated from Kingwood High Schoon in Houston, besides earning a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Government from Texas University.

The judge has also a doctorate degree from Thurgood Marshall School of Law.

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