Jaclyn Brickman practices immigration law and focuses on detention and removal defense. She has worked on removal cases involving criminal issues, marriage fraud, bond, Violence Against Women (VAWA) Act claims, due process issues, waivers, asylum, withholding of removal, Convention Against Torture (CAT), adjustment of status, cancellation of removal, temporary protected status (TPS), and voluntary departure. She also has prior work experience with immigration employment related cases. Ms. Brickman obtained her immigration law experience during her employment as an attorney advisor with the United States Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review (EOIR). At EOIR, she worked for the Board of Immigration Appeals and Office of the Chief Administrative Hearing Officer (OCAHO), and she interned with the Office of the Chief Immigration Judge at the Seattle, Washington Immigration Court. Ms. Brickman graduated from Georgetown University Law Center in 2006, where she received a certificate in Refugee and Humanitarian Emergencies. She also published an article in the university’s Immigration Law Journal, Educating Undocumented Children in the United States: Codification of Plyer v. Doe through Federal Legislation. In 2000, Ms. Brickman graduated magna cum laude from the University of Notre Dame and was awarded a Fulbright scholarship. Ms. Brickman is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), Ohio State Bar Association, and Virginia State Bar. She is licensed to practice law in Ohio and Virginia.
|Languages||English and German Deutsch|
|Supreme Court of Ohio|
|Georgetown University Law Center||Juris Doctor||2006|
|University of Notre Dame||Bachelor of Arts||2000|
Jaclyn is an extremely bright and hard working attorney. She is thorough, incisive, and an excellent writer. I would recommend her without reservation.
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