Mohamed Juldeh Jalloh is an attorney with law offices in Roseville, Minnesota. He received his undergraduate degree from Bowie State University, Bowie, Maryland in International Studies and Political Science, May 1998 and his Juris Doctor in May 2001 from Hamline University School of Law, St. Paul, Minnesota.
He practices in the areas of U.S. Immigration and Nationality Law (nationwide) and Sub-Saharan Africa related International Business Transactions. He is duly admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the State of Minnesota, The United States District Court for the District of Minnesota and The Executive Office for Immigration Review – Immigration Courts.
Mohamed is also Vice President – Field Operations of Sierra Global Minerals, LLC, a direct exporter and importer of precious minerals and other commodities.
With prominent and significant contacts throughout West Africa and the Great Lakes region, Sierra Global Minerals specializes in exporting rough diamonds and gold from Sub-Saharan Africa to the United States or other ports including but not limited to Belgium, Israel and Dubai, all through the Kimberley Process Certification.
A Fullah by tribe, Mohamed was born in Makeni, Bombali District in the Northern Province of Sierra Leone, West Africa; he grew up in Kono District – Sierra Leone’s most diverse and predominant diamond mining – district.
His background and roots in Sierra Leone and abroad have proven to be invaluable, as a ‘little brother,’ it was in Kono, Maryland and Minnesota where he forged his longstanding relationship with the current Vice President of Sierra Leone, The Honorable Alhaji Chief Sahr Samuel Sam-Sumana.
Mohamed is a close friend and relative of Colonel Keita, Commander of the Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSL) Military Police base in Freetown, Brigadier-General Komba SM Mondeh, Rtd., former Assistant Chief of Defense Staff (RSL) and a close friend and mentee of The Honorable Justice Rosulu John Bankole Thompson, Judge of the Special Court for the Republic of Sierra Leone and Professor Emeritus, Eastern Kentucky University.