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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Pro Bono Servce Award for Outstanding Appellate Advocacyy||U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops||2008|
|Outstanding Pro Bono Service Award||Montgomery County Bar Foundation||2000|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||N/A||2009 - Present|
|Montgomery County Bar Association||N/A||1998 - Present|
|Edery v. Edery, 73 A.3d 1229 (Md. Spec. App. 2013)||N/A|
|Heit v. Stansbury, 81 A.3d 639 (Md. Spec. App. 2013)||N/A|
|Edery v. Edery, 996 A.2d 961 (Md. Spec. App. 2010)||N/A|
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|Bender's Immigration Bulletin||Warning: This Article May Better Inform You About Strickland's Prejudice Prong in Post-Conviction Relief Cases After Padilla v. Kentucky||2013|
|Bender's Immigration Bulletin||The Muddle of Determining Moral Turpitude after Silva-Trevino||2012|
|MSBA Family Law Newsletter||Unconscionably Disparate Indefinite Alimony Awards: Challenge the Standard of Review||2011|
|Maryland Bar Journal||Vacating Affidavit Judgments Under Rule 3-306(d): The Notice is Wrong||2011|
|Maryland Bar Journal||Iranian Dress Designer Denied Asylum: Hard Lessons on Motions to Reopen||2011|
|For the Defense||Does Materiality Still Matter? Literally False Advertising under the Lanham Act, For the Defense||2003|
|Administrative Law and Regulatory News||Re-reading Smiley v. Citibank: What Constitutes “Official Agency Position”?||2001|
|29 Sw. U.L. Revi||Inadmissibility and Unlawful Reentry After Deportation – Still Confused After All These Years||2000|
|George Mason University School of Law||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1996|
|Columbia University||Politics and International Politics||M. Phil||1989|
|Yale University||International Relations||M.A.||1985|
|Columbia University||Latin American Studies||B.A.||1983|
|MSBA Immigration Law Section Webinar||Reivew and Analysis of Due Procedual Due Process Claims||2010|
|AILA (DC Chapter) Fall 2010 Conference||Motions to Reopen||2010|
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I highly recommend him to everyone!
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Relationship: Worked together on matter
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Kristin Henrikson, Child custody Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I fully endorse Eric Singer as an appellate attorney for either Maryland or DC. His research and writing skills are top notch. And he's a dedicated and cost effective advocate. I also do appellate work and am fortunate to have him as a sounding board when I need it.
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