Fuad attended the University of Illinois at Chicago where he obtained a bachelor’s degree in Political Science. In 2015, he went to Valparaiso University Law School and earned his Juris Doctorate in 2017, graduating in the top of his class with high honors.
While at Valparaiso, Fuad served as a student class representative with the student bar association, and clerked for various areas of law, including with Judge Thomas Alevizos at the LaPorte County Circuit Court in LaPorte, Indiana, before deciding to pursue a career in personal injury litigation. As a clerk with the Cook County Felony Public Defenders, Fuad won a bench trial as a Supreme Court Rule 711 licensee for an aggravated DUI. Fuad has also clerked at the Federal Public Defenders, and worked on post-conviction and habeas corpus matters while clerking for the Valparaiso University Law School Clinic.
Fuad was a part of the Valparaiso University Law School Trial Advocacy team, where he received the best direct examination award, and was on the Valparaiso University Law School Moot Court Society. Fuad was admitted to the Illinois State Bar in May 2019 and is a member of the Chicago Bar Association, DuPage Bar Association, South Suburban Bar Association, Illinois State Bar Association, and American Bar Association.