Here we have Stacey Smith, a law clerk at Rajulaw, an immigration law firm whose mission is to assist clients in navigating the often convoluted immigration law system. Stacey’s unique perspective and drive come from her background as a native of New Jersey and a first-generation law school graduate.
While earning her law degree at Boston’s Suffolk University Law School, Stacey worked as an intake specialist for the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination (MCAD). She was a crucial cog in the wheel, helping people from all walks of life build strong discrimination cases. Stacey was instrumental in planning three highly attended conferences on reproductive rights, international human rights, and implicit bias and microaggressions while serving as the Black Law Students Society’s Secretary.
Stacey holds a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Stockton University and a Master of Science in Criminology from Arizona State University. Her experience in law enforcement, community outreach, and civil rights work makes her an asset to the Rajulaw team.
Stacey is dedicated to acting with the utmost integrity and professionalism, and she has honed her excellent communication skills by interacting with a wide variety of people in her field. These people include administrators, court staff, police officers, parole officers, social workers, and families.
At Rajulaw, Stacey leverages her unique experiences and skillset to provide top-notch support to clients navigating the immigration process.
- BA: Criminal Justice/Police Science, Stockton University
- MS: Criminology, Arizona State University
- JD: Suffolk University Law School
- Nuts and Bolts of U.S. Immigration Law
- American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA)
- National Immigration Litigation Alliance (NILA)
- Maryland State Bar Association
District of Columbia Bar