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He also pursues Civil Right Violations, police misconduct cases, ensuring his clients are afforded their rights or compensation for the deprivation of the same.
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As an officer he went to law school, and it opened up his eyes to many of the practices which he viewed were unjust.
As a merit scholarship recipient, Ms. Mitchell excelled academically earning placement on the Dean’s List every semester, named Articles Editor of Law Review, and participated in Moot Court as both a competitor and coach. Ms. Mitchell was site coordinator for the...
College in Galesburg, Illinois, he volunteered at the Knox County Humane Society. As part of a school research project, he trained shelter dogs in order to increase the amount of dogs being adopted from the shelter. Knox College awarded him the Distinguishable Student Award for his life-saving research projects. After college, he continued his work with animals at a private animal shelter. After a few years, he went back to school to...
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After moving to the United States, I attended Valencia Community College, and subsequently attended the University of Central Florida to obtain my bachelor's degree in legal studies. After graduation, I relocated to Virginia where I attended law school at William and Mary. While in law school, I worked for various public defender offices, which helped confirm my passion for criminal defense and its intersection with immigration law.
I started my legal career as a law clerk to Williams H. Pryor Jr. of the United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit, after which I practiced employment law for several years with two of the largest and highly-regarded international law firms: Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP in Los Angeles and Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP in Sacramento. I have...
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