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Megan Moslimani

Chief Legal Counsel, Special Projects, City of Detroit

Megan Moslimani is the chief legal counsel for special projects for the City of Detroit, where she is responsible for strategic initiatives integral to the City’s revitalization and development. In 2016, she led the Medical Marijuana Enforcement and Regulation program helping the City implement a complex framework to regulate the possession and sale of medicinal marijuana. Today, she oversees the Medical Marijuana Facilities Review Committee, which is responsible for reviewing and approving applications for new marijuana facilities

Moslimani also assists in the oversight of the Local Prosecution Unit at 36th District Court and commercial blight litigation before the 3rd Circuit Court in Wayne County. She has been deputized by Wayne County Prosecutor Kym Worthy to practice as a Special Assistant Prosecuting Attorney to prosecute graffiti, illegal dumping and scrap metal thefts across the City. Megan takes pride in that fact that her work will increase the quality of life of the citizens of Detroit.

She began her career as an assistant prosecuting attorney at the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office in the Trials Division. Moslimani serves on the boards of the Arab Civil Rights League, the Detroit Bar Association, and the Detroit Institute of Arts Founders Junior Council, and Police and Fire Retirement System Pension.