In this episode...
I speak with Kevin Gregg, a partner at Kurzban, Kurzban, Tetzeli and Pratt about his experience practicing Immigration Law. We cover a host of issues including the origins of modern immigration law practice, key entree jobs into the practice area and some ideal first jobs, including internships and government programs. Mr. Gregg shares information about some little known terrific job opportunities and shares some great insights into growing as a lawyer during the first years of practice.
Some key takeaways...
1. modern immigration law began with The Illegal Immigration Reform and Immigrant Responsibility Act of 1996.
2. The Attorney General's Honors Program is a great way to break into the area of law
3. You don't have to be in the top of your class to get a federal internship, nor do you have to secure that internship right out of law school.
About our guest...
Kevin A. Gregg is a partner with KKTP, practicing in all areas of immigration law, including removal defense, appellate advocacy, federal court litigation, and USCIS representation. Kevin has practiced in the realm of immigration law and litigation for nearly a decade and, due to his years working “behind the bench” for judges, he is uniquely qualified to represent clients in court. Prior to joining KKTP, he served a one-year Judicial Clerkship with the Honorable Beth F. Bloom in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida. Before that, he served for two years as a Judicial Law Clerk and Attorney Advisor in the San Diego Immigration Court, Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR), through the Attorney General’s Honors Program. Kevin now applies the skills he developed working for judges to represent clients at all stages of immigration proceedings.
Kevin is a graduate of Boston University School of Law and the University of Florida.
He is the host of the weekly immigration case law podcast: Immigration Review, available on the KKTP website and all podcast platforms, including Apple Podcasts and Spotify. You can find a list of immigration cases he discusses here. You can reach Mr. Gregg email@example.com
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