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Mohamed Ibrahim `83

Mohamed Ibrahim `83


In his freshman and sophomore years at RLS, Mohamed “Mo’” Ibrahim was not only the team captain for both the JV football and basketball teams, but he ran track, too. Mo’s athletic development continued during his junior year, when he advanced to the varsity football team, playing both offensive and defensive tackle and earned all-district honors. He started on the varsity basketball team, too, which won the league championship that year. 

Mo stepped up his game another notch in his senior year. In football, he was team captain and made the all-district team on both offense and defense. As team captain, Mo helped lead the basketball team to another league championship, and he was honored by being named to the all-league team. He finished his senior year with a successful season of shot put for the track team. 

Mo was as accomplished in the classroom as he was on the playing fields and the court. After graduating from Stevenson, he attended the Thurgood Marshall Law School in Houston, Texas, where he earned his Juris Doctorate, and held the position of assistant district attorney for the Galveston County District Attorney’s Office for thirteen years. He was quickly recognized as one of the top prosecutors in the state being named the Top Prosecutor of Galveston County in the Texas Bar Journal. Since 2008, Mo has been owner and president of his own law firm in Houston, Ibrahim & Elliott, LLP, which focuses primarily on litigation. 

Mo has served his community as a volunteer at the local women’s crisis center and the juvenile justice center, and as a coach for youth basketball and football teams.