I am a solo practitioner in Danbury, CT specializing in Immigration Law. I graduated from Western Connecticut State University with a B.S. in Justice and Law Administration. I then went on to New York City to obtain my Juris Doctor from New York Law School. I am currently a member of the New York Bar Association.
While in law school I worked for the Honorable Judge Sarah L. Krauss in the Kings Country Family Court in Brooklyn. From there I went on to the International Justice Project where I assisted refugees from Darfur in applying to participate in the proceedings at the International Criminal Court and receive reparations for the genocide and mass atrocities in their country.
I currently work part time as an advocate for adults and children who are disabled as well as their families at the Western CT Association for Human Rights in Danbury, CT.
I was recently elected to the New Milford Town Council for a two-year term.
I have practiced law for 2 years and have spent the past year specializing in Immigration. I am admitted to practice in the State of New York.