Born in Chicago, Illinois, and admitted to the Illinois Bar (1983); Admitted U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit (1995). University of Michigan (B.A. 1978); University of Illinois College of Law (J.D. 1982).
Chapter Chair, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Chicago Chapter (2000-2001); Executive Committee of the Chicago Chapter (1997-2001). Past Chicago Bar Association, Chair of the Immigration Law Committee (1996-1997). Chair of District Director Liaison, Asylum and Student Liaison/Community Outreach Committees of the Chicago Chapter of AILA & AILA Litigation Roundtable (2008-2011).
Spoken and organized numerous conferences on immigration law at both the national and local level.
Languages spoken: Spanish, Russian
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|IL||Active And Authorized To Practice Law||1982||11/12/2015|
|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Super Lawyers||Super Lawyers Magazine||2010|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyer Magazine||2009|
|Super Lawyer||Super Lawyers Magazine||2008|
|Partner||Davidson & Schiller, LLC||1997 - Present|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|International Boutique Law Firms||Member||2008 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Chapter Chair (2000-2001)||1983 - Present|
|University of Illinois College of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1982|
|University of Michigan, Ann Arbor||N/A||BA - Bachelor of Arts||1978|
|Chicago AILA Fall Conference||Special Handling & Schedule A NonPerm Immigrant Processes||2012|
|AILA Midwest Regional Conference||Difficult Hearings||2012|
|AILA Midwest Regional Conference||Marriage Fraud & I-751 Cases||2011|