Professor (Associate, Full, then Emerita), 1992 - present, T. C. Williams School of Law, University of Richmond (USA).
Attorney, 1992 - 1987, Debevoise & Plimpton (Wall Street Law Firm) (USA).
Attorney, 1987 - 1985, Sullivan & Cromwell (Wall Street Law Firm) (USA).
Visiting Scholar, Fall 1985, Harvard Divinity School (USA).
Visiting Professor, 1984, Washington University in Saint Louis.
Professor (Assistant, then Associate), 1975 - 1983, Texas A&M University (USA).
Founder & member of the board of Directors, Karamah: Muslim Women lawyers for Human Rights, 1992-present.
Member of the American Bar Association, 1992-present.
Member of the Task Force issuing The Report of the Constitution Project on Detainee Treatment, 2013.
Commissioner, United States Commission on International Religious Freedom, (Appointed by President Obama), June 2011-2013.
Member of Women’s Foreign Policy Group, 2009-2011.
The Purple Rose Award by the Domestic Violence Awareness Center and Health Program of ACCESS, a major Arab-American Community Health and Research Center, February 2015.
Recognized in the official Congressional Record by Hon Deborah I. Dingell, the Congress woman from Michigan for "Azizah al-Hibri's lifetime of Support and Advocacy on Behalf of Human Rights." The Congressional Record of February 2015 contains the Congress Woman's detailed statement.
The 2014 Peace and Dialogue Award, Rumi Forum, 2014.
Life Achievement Award from the Journal of Law and Religion, 2009.
The State of Virginia First Freedom Award, from the Council for America’s First Freedom, 2007.
Distinguished Educator Award from the University of Richmond, 2004.
Fulbright Scholar Award from the Fulbright Commission, 2001.