Judge Alyia Marie Hakim has served on the bench since November of 2019. She obtained her Bachelors of Science from Western Michigan University and her Juris Doctorate from Wayne State University Law School. Judge Hakim serves on the board of a number of professional organizations including acting as the board treasurer of Macomb County District Judges Association, board president of the Arab American Bar Association, and board director for the Women Lawyers Association of Michigan. Additionally, she actively participates in several professional organizations, including the Michigan District Judges Association, the Macomb County Bar Association, the Michigan Association of Justice, and both the Representative Assembly and the Character and Fitness Committee for the State Bar of Michigan. Judge Hakim is also involved in many local community organizations including serving as the board president for MyCare Health Center, on the Community Advisory Committee and Planned Giving Advisory Committee for ACCESS, the board of directors for the Roseville Optimist Club, and the Regina High School Alumni Association. Recently, Judge Hakim participated in the Project Echo Series, a program sponsored by the Regional Judicial Opioid Initiative (RJOI) and continues her pursuit of the expansion of specialty treatment courts and technology within the 39th District Court. Judge Hakim currently presides over one of the 39th District Court's Sobriety Courts. She is dedicated to advancing the court system to make it more efficient and accessible to all.
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