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|Award name||Grantor||Date granted|
|Best Lawyers||Best Lawyers in America||2015|
|Pro Bono Champion||AILA||2014|
|Best Lawyers||Best Lawyers in America||2014|
|Best Lawyers||Best Lawyers in America||2013|
|Judge Markus Adjunct Faculty Award for Excellence in Teaching||Case Western Reserve University - School of Law||2013|
|Pro Bono Hero for the North East||AILA||2013|
|Certificate of Achievement - Pro Bono Benefactor||AILA||2013|
|Break the Silence Award||Domestic Violence Center||2007|
|Volunteer Lawyers Program: Outstanding Pro Bono Service Award||Legal Aid Society of Cleveland||2006|
|Partner||Robert Brown LLC||2016 - Present|
|Adjunct Clinical Professor (Civil [Immigration] Clinic)||Cleveland State University Cleveland Marshall College Of Law||2013 - Present|
|Adjunct Professor||Case School of Law||2006 - Present|
|sole owner/managing partner||Jennifer I. Peyton, Attorney at Law, LLC||2003 - 2016|
|Attorney||Margaret Wong & Associates Co Lpa||2002 - 2003|
|Association name||Position name||Duration|
|National Lawyers Guild, National Immigration Project||Member||2005 - Present|
|American Immigration Lawyers Association||Member||2002 - Present|
|Scranton Road Legal Clinic||Advisory Board||2012 - 2013|
|Messiah Lutheran School, Fairview Park||Board Member||2010 - 2014|
|Legal Aid Society of Cleveland||Committee Member (Pro Bono Committee)||2010 - 2013|
|Cleveland Mediation Center||President, Board of Directors||2005 - 2014|
|Thiam v. Holder, 677 F.3d 299 (6th Cir. 2012)||Case remanded for further proceedings|
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|Case Western Reserve University||Law||JD - Juris Doctor||1998|
|Trinity College (Hartford, Connecticut)||Russian Language and Literature||B.A. - Bachelor of the Arts||1994|
|New Lawyer Training||Keepin' It Real: 10 Practice Tips for a Successful Law Practice||2014|
|Asylum in Underserved Immigrant Communities||Asylum 101 and Particular Social Group||2014|
|OCTOBER 11, 2013 CLEVELAND PROGRAM||What is the Process for Asylum for Juveniles in Proceedings?||2013|
|AILA Mid-South/Ohio Fall CLE Conference||Removal Proceedings: Best Practices, Motions, Interpreters and Prosecutorial Discretion||2013|
|CLJ Mock Hearing at Cleveland Immigration Court||Mock Hearing||2012|
|Ohio Association of Magistrates||Beyond the Basics: Crossing the Border between Domestic and Immigration Matters||2011|
|EOIR Cleveland||Prosecutorial Discretion||2011|
|Mock Hearing||EOIR (Immigration Court)||2010|
Posted by Nicole Cechini
She was kind and professional and succeeded in a very difficult and complicated case for me. If you think you have an impossible situation, you need to hire Ms Peyton. So grateful for her, she truly was a lifesaver.
Posted by Gaetano
We searched on line for an immigration lawyer who could speak Spanish and English to help my wife on her green card application after getting married through a K-1 visa. We came across with Jennifer Peyton for her great reviews and we were not disappointed. She and her staff were very nice, understanding and patience. She filed our case in October 2015, in January 2016 my wife already had her US. Permanent Residence card. We are very very pleased with Jennifer. She really cares about you and getting your case moving. We will hire her again for my wife's Citizenship application in 3 years. We recommend her highly for their professionalism and ethics. It is also great they speak Spanish, since it was the only language my wife could speak. Thank you so much. We are happy clients.
Posted by Mark
In the summer of ‘14, my wife and I hired Jenna Peyton to guide us through the immigration process (moving from Canada to the USA). Our dealings with her from our first consultation meeting to the point where we achieved my Green Card were professional, informative, efficient and helpful. Jenna was always prompt in getting back to us regarding questions that we had and she consistently demonstrated courtesy and tact during the course of our application process. Some aspects of the nature of our process were stressful, but we could always count on Jenna for clear, thorough and honest advice during these difficult times. Jenna guided us through the immigration process step by step and essentially all of our timelines unfolded in the exact manner that she suggested they would. Jenna is a true expert in this field. Aside from her aforementioned personal and professional qualities, Jenna’s fees were very reasonable and we appreciated that there was precise transparency with her from day one and onward (no hidden or extra costs whatsoever). Even after our agreement term had expired, Jenna was willing and at the ready to clarify a few remaining questions that we had. We could not have gone through this process nearly as effectively or efficiently without Jenna’s wisdom and advice. Jenna was a pleasure to deal with throughout the course of our immigration process; we enthusiastically recommend hiring her if you are in need of a lawyer who specializes in one of her fields.
Mark Mikhaiel, Litigation Attorney
Relationship: Worked for lawyer
I had the pleasure of working for this delightful lawyer while a law student. Jenna is a compassionate immigration lawyer. Jenna taught me the ropes and guided me as I learned about the immigration system. I am confident she will continue to provide top-tier service and continue to advocate zealously on behalf of her clients. Best, Mark Mikhaiel.
Wayne Benos, Immigration Attorney
Relationship: Fellow lawyer in community
I endorse this lawyer. I have had the pleasure to know Ms. Peyton both as opposing counsel when I worked for DHS and as a fellow private bar counsel since i left the government. I have always found Jennifer to be extremely well versed in the intricacies of Immigration Law, as well as being an effective and passionate advocate for her clients. Her amiable personality does nothing but enhance her abilities as an attorney and makes her a pleasure to work with and to know.
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