Alicia Luncheon graduated law school in 2015, working first as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Chief Judge of the Newton/Walton superior court, then for another local immigration law firm. She first met Marshall Cohen in law school, when he spoke to her immigration law class. Majoring in Spanish, Alicia was drawn to the complexities of immigration law, feeling it would connect to her criminal defense work and allow her to help individuals and families.
After extensive court experience in her previous job, Alicia was ready to take on more. She emailed her immigration law professor, who re-introduced her to Marshall. She was hired shortly after and now focuses on asylum and deportation defense work. Her clients know Alicia will always be there to answer questions. "I try to make everyone feel comfortable by being friendly and available to talk," she says.
When Alicia is not in court, she's on the stage, performing in musical theater. "Rehearsals and practice take quite a bit of time, but performing is fun and a great stress reliever," she says. Her energetic rescue puppy — a black lab mix — also keeps Alicia busy.