Practice Areas: Civil Litigation; Immigration Law
Admitted: 1989, Alaska; 2002, Ohio
Law School: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, J.D.
Member: American Immigration Lawyers Association, Ohio State and Cleveland Bar Association.
Biography: Member, Order of the Coif. Appellate Law Clerk, Alaska Supreme Court, Anchorage, Alaska, 1989-1990. Author: "Transnational Movement of People in a Post 9/11 World," World Trade Center (Cleveland) Quarterly Newsletter, Cleveland, OH (2002). Panel Member: "Habeas Corpus and Other Remedies in Federal Court," American Immigration Lawyers' Association National Conference, Chicago, IL (2000); "Update on Removal Defense and Federal Litigation," Northeast Ohio Federal Bar Association Immigration Conference, Cleveland, OH (2001). Speaker: "Alternative Routes to Employment-based Permanent Residency; Are the Service Centers Adjudicating Petitions According to the Same Philosophy?" Northeast Ohio Federal Bar Association Immigration Conference, Cleveland, OH (2001); "2001-02 Changes to Immigration Policies and their Effect of the Flow of International Trade," Ohio Foreign Commerce Association, Cleveland, OH (2002). Book Review: H. Zheng, Legal Structure of the International Textile Trade 14 N.C. J.Int'l L. & Com. Reg. 519 (Fall 1989).
Born: Cincinnati, Ohio, August 22, 1965