Denver, Colorado. University of Texas at Austin (B.A., with high
honors, 1977, major: Spanish). Phi Beta Kappa (1978). St. Mary's
University (San Antonio, Texas) School of Law
(J.D., 1984). Editor-in-Chief, Bender's Immigration
Bulletin; Editor, Immigration Law and Procedure: Desk Edition
(LexisNexis Matthew Bender). Past Member,
Board of Governors, American Immigration Lawyers Association. Past
Chair, Colorado Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers
Association. Admitted to practice: Colorado, Washington, United States
Supreme Court, U. S. Courts of Appeals for the
5th, 8th, 9th and 10th Circuits, United States District Courts
for the District of Colorado, the Western District of Washington, and
Western District of Texas . Pro Bono
Attorney of the Year Award, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project (1998).
Pro Bono Award, American Immigration Lawyers Association (1993).
Special President's Award, Denver Bar Association (1988). Listed in The
Best Lawyers in America (1997-2007). Language: Spanish. Online editor, Bender's Immigration Bulletin - Daily
Languages Spoken: Spanish
Licensed since 1985
Dan Kowalski is a tireless and extraordinarily effective advocate for his clients. I've worked with him on several matters and have known him for more than a decade, and he's the person to whom I turn when I want accurate information on any complex immigration issue.
Margaret Stock Immigration Attorney
Relationship: Worked together on matter
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