|By PR Newswire||
|August 13, 2014 03:30 PM EDT||
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP (BAL) announced today that attorney Stephanie Lewin has joined the firm's San Francisco office. A noted immigration attorney with more than 15 years of experience in the APAC, EMEA and Americas regions, Lewin brings a breadth of knowledge to BAL's rapidly growing global practice.
"I am excited to join a global team like the one at BAL, where I know client satisfaction is of extreme importance," Lewin said.
Lewin's experience in immigration law extends to a wide range of industries, including the financial, pharmaceutical, oil and gas and IT sectors. She has worked in immigration in multiple capacities since 1996, and has experience managing global immigration programs in the Americas, APAC and EMEA. Her global work experience includes government, in-house counsel, law firm, corporate and relocation roles. Most recently, she served as the immigration manager for the EMEA region in the London office of a large, international relocation company. Lewin is also a published author on global migration trends.
"We are thrilled to welcome Stephanie Lewin to BAL," said Partner Shawn Orme, who co-chairs the Global Committee at the firm. "I am confident that her diverse background will be a great asset to our clients around the world."
About Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP
Berry Appleman & Leiden LLP was established in 1980 as a U.S. immigration law firm. The firm provides comprehensive immigration services from offices in Austin, Dallas, Geneva, Houston, London, McLean, Rio de Janeiro, San Francisco, Sao Paulo, Shanghai, Singapore, Sydney and Washington, D.C. The firm and its leaders are highly ranked in every major legal publication, including Best Lawyers, Chambers Global, Chambers USA, Martindale Hubbell, The Legal 500, and Who's Who Legal.
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