Raju Mahajan, Esq

Managing Attorney

Portrait of RajuRaju is an experienced Employment-Based (EB) and Investment based attorney. He is licensed to practice in Maryland and Washington DC. However, as Immigration is a Federal subject, he helps his clients getting Green Card all over the US. He also helps Bangladeshi businesspeople investing in the US through EB-5 and E-2 categories.

A poster-boy of the American dream, Raju himself received his Green Card through EB-2 NIW back in 2014. While Raju is an expert in the Employment-based National Interest Waiver (EB2 NIW) application, he is also sound in EB-1, EB-2 (regular), EB-5, E-2, Asylum, and Family-based Green Card application.

Because of language and cultural barriers, many immigrants face extra challenges when they need legal help. Raju makes it easy for them, especially for Bengali speaking immigrants. Raju helps them in all immigration matters. He is involved with numerous progressive organizations and advocacy groups working for the betterment of immigrant life in the US. He dreams of a judicial system that will treat all Americans equally. 

Not only for immigrants, but Raju is also committed to serving everybody, especially those who cannot afford the help they need to maintain their rights. In our broken system, legal help can be so expensive that the innocent and needy are often forced to suffer because they cannot afford the help they need to maintain their rights legally. However, Raju is for those who cannot hire expensive lawyers to win a case.

Education

  • LMU Duncan School of Law  (JD, 2019)

  • West Virginia State University  (MA, 2014)

  • University of Dhaka  (BSS, 2009)

Bar Admissions

  • Maryland

  • Washington DC

Memberships and Affiliations

  • American Bar Association
  • South Asian Bar Association
  • The National Lawyers Guild (NLG).
  • American Immigration Lawyers Association

Languages

  • Bengali
  • English

Allison Pino

Law Clerk

Allison Pino has recently graduated from Stetson College of Law in Gulfport, Florida, gaining specialized experience in international and humanitarian advocacy. As a seasoned Law Clerk, she is passionate about advancing knowledge about and   access to international law. In addition, she is also a member of the International Bar Association and Hispanic Bar  Association. Outside of the office, Allison enjoys finding new hiking trails and playing board games with her friends and   family.

Education

  • Stetson College of Law in Gulfport, Florida

Bar Admissions

 

  • International Bar Association

  • Hispanic Bar  Association

Memberships and Affiliations

Languages

  • English

Alina Rizvi

Law Clerk

Alina Rizvi is a law graduate with a background in immigration and international human rights law. She is passionate about     helping immigrants and marginalized populations. During law school, Alina was a student attorney for immigrant justice   with the South Royalton Legal Clinic, where she worked on immigration cases with a focus on humanitarian relief. She was   also Deputy Chief-of-Staff and an Associate Editor for JURIST, an online legal news publication, in which she published    stories about international human rights law current events. Additionally, Alina has completed two judicial internships.  During her free time, Alina enjoys spending time with friends and family, reading, and traveling.

Education

  • Law school: Vermont Law School (JD, 2021)
  • Undergrad: State University of New York at New Paltz (BA, 2016)

Bar Admissions

Memberships and Affiliations

Languages

  •  Urdu
  • English

Kaitlin Moran

Law Clerk

Kate Moran is a rising 3L at Lincoln Memorial University’s Duncan School of Law. Raised in Tennessee, she pursued her undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee at Martin and went onto LMU for her legal education. While in law school, Kate received her limited license to practice on behalf of indigent clients through the Knox County Public Defender’s Community Law Office. She currently serves as the Communications Editor for the LMU Law Review. She is a student member of the Knoxville Bar Association. Kate is also a member of the Immigration Law Society, the National Lawyers Guild, and the Women of Law Society. Kate plans to pursue a career at the intersection of public interest immigration law and criminal defense. 

Education

Bar Admissions

Memberships and Affiliations

Languages

 

  • English

Stacey Smith

Law Clerk

Stacey is a New Jersey native and first-generation law graduate. While attending Suffolk University Law School in Boston, Massachusetts, she worked extensively as an intake specialist with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD) which operates under the Governor’s office. She helped people from all backgrounds in establishing a valid discrimination case. She was also the Secretary of the Black Law Students Society where they achieved much success with their conferences on reproductive rights, international human rights, and implicit bias and microaggressions. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Stockton University and a Master’s of Science in Criminology from Arizona State University. Furthermore, she published a scholarly thesis titled, “The Effects of Procedural Justice and Police Performance on Citizen’s Satisfaction with Police”. Some of her hobbies are watching Jeopardy with her family, cooking spicy food, and traveling.

Education

  • The University of Baltimore School of Law (JD, 2021)
  • The University of Baltimore College of Public Affairs (MPA, 2021)
  • The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (BA, BA, 2017)

Bar Admissions

  • North Carolina

Memberships and Affiliations

  • North Carolina Bar Association
  • Tenth Judicial District Bar
  • Wake County Bar Association.

Languages

 

  • English

Education

Bar Admissions

Memberships and Affiliations

Languages

 

  • English

Kenbrielle Ard

Law Clerk

Kenbrielle Ard is a graduate of The University of Baltimore School of Law with a background in labor law and public administration. She is passionate about public service and utilizing the law to assist the underserved and underrepresented. Prior to attending law school, she served in AmeriCorps as a Tutor Corps fellow where she tutored to sixth and seventh grade students. As a Rule 19 Student Attorney with the Legal Data and Design Clinic at the University of Baltimore, she advocated for victims of disproportionate child support practices and criminal charges in Maryland. While working with the Department of Labor as Paralegal Specialist, she assisted with subrogation matters involving claimants and third parties. In her spare time, she enjoys watching movies, baking, and searching for the best brunch spots.

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