Halah Elchorbagy was born in New York and raised between New York and Cairo, Egypt. She obtained her Bachelor of Science in Health Science from Stony Brook University in New York in 2008. Prior to attending law school, Ms. Elchorbagy worked in health care management and administration for a prominent cancer hospital in New York City. She earned her law degree from New York Law School in 2018 where she completed a Two-Year Honors Program and graduated Cum Laude. Ms. Elchorbagy was a Staff Editor for the New York Law School Law Review, was awarded the John Marshall Harlan Scholarship, and was Co-Founder and President of the Health Law Society. While in law school, Ms. Elchorbagy interned with an elder law firm and served as a court appointed Court Evaluator in a guardianship proceeding. She also interned with the Honorable David B. Katz in the family division of the Superior Court of New Jersey. In addition, Ms. Elchorbagy interned with two nonprofit legal organizations where she assisted clients with various health insurance issues and resolved Medicare and Medicaid coverage issues.
Ms. Elchorbagy began her legal career in New York where she practiced medical malpractice defense. After moving to Tampa, Ms. Elchorbagy worked for an insurance defense firm where she represented insurance companies in general liability, personal injury, and motor vehicle accident cases. Now, Ms. Elchorbagy uses her experience to advocate for homeowners and to ensure that property owners understand their rights under their insurance policies.
Ms. Elchorbagy speaks Arabic and is licensed to practice law in Florida, New York, Washington D.C. and the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
During her free time, Ms. Elchorbagy enjoys kayaking, reading, and spending time with her three dogs.