Amy Doukoure is a graduate of Wayne State University with a degree in English Language Arts. Prior to obtaining her J.D., Mrs. Doukoure worked for over ten years as an educator in the Detroit area. Many of those years were spent teaching general studies at many of the area’s Islamic Schools.
Mrs. Doukoure went on to obtain her Juris Doctorate from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. While at the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law, Mrs. Doukoure was the President and one of the founding members of the Muslim Student Lawyer’s Association.
Mrs. Doukoure is passionate about community service. Prior to attending law school she worked on many public service projects and successfully wrote for grants to open a soup kitchen in the Brightmore Community in Northwest Detroit. After graduating from law school, Mrs. Doukoure engaged in several internships focused on public service, and civil rights, including working as a probono legal associate for the Detroit Center for Family Advocacy, and an internship with the ACLU of Detroit.