Arnold & Porter
James E. Drew Law Office
I have been a member of the National Lawyers Guild since I began practicing law. I was with the Public Defender Service of Washington, D. C. for four years and then taught at Antioch School of Law (now U.D.C. Law School) for several years. I have been in private practice now for the past over 30 years. I have always and continue to work with and represent many progressive organizations and individuals during these years. A large part of my practice also includes representing persons whose important legal needs are not overtly political, such as probate (wills and decedent's estates) and personal injury cases.
Appeals (civil/criminal), Civil Disobedience/demonstration, General Practice, Personal Injury/Wrongful Death, Probate (wills/estates/trusts)
National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration
Martinez, Diane McHugh
Law Office of McHugh Martinez
20 years of experience in US immigration law. Providing legal services to immigration clients, from defense in removal proceedings, to business and family based immigration visas.
Human Rights, Immigration
Willkie Farr & Gallagher LLP
Experienced civil litigator working on both plaintiffs' and defendants' sides in large scale litigation, internal investigations, and counseling work. Pro bono experience in desegregating higher education in Maryland, defending reproductive rights in Louisiana, and working with LSC organizations in the District of Columbia. Personal passion for criminal justice and drug policy reform. Spanish speaking and enthusiastic about working across the language barrier.
Civil Litigation, Criminal Defense, LGBTQ, Litigation, Spanish Speaking
Alan Lescht & Associates, P.C.