Mariam Sher is an associate attorney at Chapman Law P.C. She spent her childhood in Pakistan and Morocco and then moved to Colorado Springs with her family, where she attended middle school and high school. She then went to Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia on a full academic scholarship. At Emory, Mariam majored in Political Science and Middle Eastern Studies, and she graduated with honors in 2014. Before going to law school, Mariam took some time off to help refugees and volunteered at Lutheran Family Services in Colorado Springs. Mariam graduated from the University of Iowa College of Law in 2020. During her time in law school, Mariam served as the Research Assistant for Associate Dean Adrien Wing. During this time, her research focused on sex and race discrimination in the workplace and International human rights law, which led to activism in Jordan about reforming the Jordanian Penal Code in its dealings with perpetrators of honor crimes. Mariam is fluent in English, Urdu, Hindi, and Arabic.
In her free time, she enjoys cooking, painting, hiking, and traveling the world.