Represent clients in court (criminal, supreme, federal and immigration litigation) or before government agencies. Prepare and draft legal documents, such as affidavits, immigration applications, criminal motions, state and federal appeals, and briefs. Maintain and update case files. Must be organized and able to prioritize, meet deadlines and manage a substantial caseload. Perform other duties as assigned.One to two years experience practicing before the immigration court is preferred. Starting salary will be based on experience.
Spanish fluency is preferred.
Must be a member of the New York State bar.
Additional Salary Information: Salary is based on experience