Connecticut, US

Justin is an Associate in the firm’s Atlanta office where he provides strategic legal counsel and corporate immigration services including I-9 compliance, lawful permanent residence, naturalization, nonimmigrant visas and consular processes to clients across a wide variety of industries.

During law school, Justin was an intern with the Atlanta Immigration Court, the Department of Labor’s Office of the Solicitor, and the Georgia Supreme Court. He also helped to re-establish the Emory Immigration Law Society and served on the Emory Law Journal as Executive Online Editor, where he oversaw the launch of the Emory Law Journal Online.

Prior to law school, Justin gained experience in immigration law while working as a paralegal, as well as through a Fulbright Fellowship at the Hamburg Institute of International Economics, where he researched the impact of German citizenship law on the national identity of German-Turkish youth.

Justin speaks English and German.



Emory University, School of Law | J.D., 2014, with honors
Bucknell University | B.A., 2005, cum laude


Order of the Coif, Emory University School of Law, 2014

Fulbright Student (Germany), United States Department of State, 2005 to 2006

Professional Accomplishments / Memberships

Bar Admissions: Georgia

Member, American Immigration Lawyers Association

Publications and Lectures

Author, “Commentary: Crunched for Technical Labor? Many Employers Are Hiring Foreign STEM Grads.” Global Atlanta, 30 April 2018.