She has been recognized as a premier attorney committed to giving back to the community. She is a frequent volunteer for the Lawyer of the Day Program at the Barnstable Probate and Family Court. She has also served as a volunteer at the Family Law Clinic at the Middlesex Probate and Family Court. She also serves as a member of the Family Law Answer Center, an organization started by Chief Justice Angela Ordonez’s with the goal of bringing top-notch legal advice to low-income clients. Through the Women’s Bar Association Domestic Violence Unit, Attorney Yousuf has represented survivors of domestic violence on a pro-bono basis. The Women’s Bar Association has also accepted her into the exclusive Family Law Advisory Group that helps aids legislatures create policy in the family and domestic relations sphere.
Attorney Yousuf is also actively involved in local civil rights issues. She has received the NextGen Award by the Boston Branch of NACCP for her work with BPCAT and was recently named the Amicus Committee Chair of the Boston Bar Association Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Group. Most recently, Attorney Yousuf was recognized by the Boston Business Journal as a “Woman on the Move” for her passion and commitment to the legal community.