Habib’s practice centers on litigation and advising clients in the cannabis industry. He spent six years as an attorney for the City of Chicago, and was also an executive committee member for the Project Safe Neighborhood (PSN) initiative: a collaboration of federal, state, local authorities and community groups whose goal is to reduce gun and gang activity in Chicago. Habib’s previous legal work with government entities provides him with a unique insight as to the types of activities that would likely trigger an investigation. He draws upon this knowledge to advise his clients and secure the future of their businesses.
Habib attended law school at DePaul University in Chicago, where he received his J.D. and a certificate in International and Comparative Law. While at DePaul, he also received a Sullivan Fellowship with the Human Rights Institute where he studied the legal regimes of Middle Eastern and North African countries.
Though he was born and raised in New York City, Habib has settled into the west coast life style. He and his family thoroughly enjoy exploring the Bay Area and take advantage of the many outdoor adventures Marin County has to offer.
San Francisco County Bar Association
Marin County Bar Association
National Cannabis Bar Association
CALI Award for Excellence in Pre-Trial Criminal Procedure
Marin County Youth Court (Volunteer judge)
Marin Youth Tee Ball Commissioner
“Ensuring Downstream Compliance,” Cannabis Cultivation Conference, March 12, 2018.
“Growing like weeds: what you need to know about expanding cannabis laws,” Marin County Bar Association, September 27, 2017.