Rabiah attended University of California, Los Angeles, where she received her Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with College Honors. Rabiah graduated cum laude and was a UCLA Alumni Scholar, Gold Shield Scholar, and a member of Pi Sigma Alpha: Political Science Honor Society. Rabiah was a founding member and Project Director of the UCLA Incarcerated Youth Tutorial Project, giving students an opportunity to tutor and mentor children in Los Angeles juvenile detention facilities.

Rabiah received her Juris Doctor from University of California, Berkeley, School of Law. While at Berkeley Law, Rabiah served as the Boalt Hall Student Association Vice President, Managing Editor of the Berkeley Journal of African American Law and Policy, and taught street law for the Advocates for Youth Justice’s Juvenile Hall Outreach program. During law school, Rabiah interned for the California Department of Justice, Office of the Attorney General in the Criminal Appeal Division, where she defended criminal appeals on behalf of the State of California. After law school, Rabiah traveled around the world advocating on behalf of refugees from Africa and the Middle East.

Rabiah now focuses her practice in the area of employment and labor law.

Rabiah is a member of the Ventura County Bar Association, the Co-chair of the Ventura County Bar Association: Business Litigation Section, and sits on the Boards of Barristers of Ventura County as well as Women Lawyers of Ventura County.

Rabiah enjoys doing Improv, hiking, and is an avid skier.