Jennifer Devine has joined the firm of Laura Devine Attorneys. She has extensive experience in immigration law. She has also served as the firm’s Managing Partner. She is a member of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association. Laura Devine is an English solicitor and US attorney who has been practicing immigration law for over ten years. In addition to her immigration practice, Jennifer also works in litigation and is an active member of the firm’s board of directors.
Jennifer Devine joins laura device’s attorneys
Managing partner Jennifer Stevens oversees Laura Devine Attorneys in New York. The firm’s team of immigration specialists has over 15 years of experience. Jennifer’s practice focuses on UK nationality law, and she also handles several immigration-related matters for high-net-worth individuals and multinational corporations. She was most recently an immigration lawyer with Fieldfisher in Los Angeles. Her background includes experience in corporate immigration, international trade, and global mobility.
Before joining Laura Devine Attorneys, Jennifer worked in television as an associate producer at WTTW Chicago Channel 11. Her work included productions such as Handy Ma’am, Trinity Irish Dance Company, and Art Safari. She also earned several honors, including the 2015-2016 Super Lawyer award. In addition to her legal work, Jennifer is also active in community organizations and is a member of the New York City Bar Association and the British American Business Council.
Laura Levine is a Managing Partner
Laura Devine is a solicitor and US attorney who is the Principal of the UK’s largest boutique immigration firm. She has been working in the immigration field for more than 12 years and is recognized as one of the world’s leading experts in the field. In addition to her work on immigration law, Laura Devine also advises high-net-worth individuals and businesses on business-related immigration matters.
As a Managing Partner at Laura Devine Immigration, Laura Ross oversees all staff and client matters. She specializes in UK and US immigration and has a vast client base. She is also a qualified physiotherapist, a lawyer with over 15 years of experience in treating patients with medical conditions, and a Managing Partner with a long history of helping clients with their medical and immigration problems.
In addition to her practice, Laura is an internationally recognized speaker and regularly speaks before the legal and business community about important topics such as immigration and asylum. She has also taught law and has been involved in the development of immigration policy, serving as the UK representative on the Immigration Committee of the International Bar Association. Laura has also served as a member of the Law Society’s Immigration Committee. She is a Fellow of the Center for International Legal Studies.
Laura Devine is a member of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association
As a senior partner at Laura Devine Immigration, Sophie Devine is one of the UK’s foremost immigration experts. She leads the firm’s UK practice, advising clients ranging from entrepreneurs to multinational corporations. An expert on EU free movement law, Sophie is widely regarded for her ability to influence policy. A member of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association (ILPA) and a regular conference speaker, Sophie demonstrates the skill and dedication needed to represent clients in their most difficult cases.
As the managing partner of Laura Devine Immigration, she combines her background in immigration law with her knowledge of the US and UK systems. As an English solicitor, Laura Devine is accredited as a member of the Immigration Law Practitioners’ Association and a thought leader by Who’s Who Legal. She was named the highest-rated immigration lawyer in EMEA in 2019. The firm has offices in London and New York employs more than 60 people and is rated in the top tier by all legal directories.
The firm’s staff includes Matthew Devine, a senior solicitor at Laura Devine Immigration. He has worked in the legal field for more than five years and has extensive knowledge of immigration law. He has handled many types of immigration cases, including those involving multinational businesses, family-based matters, and discretionary applications under the Article 8 ECHR. He is also involved in a pro-bono scheme and co-manages the firm’s Human Rights practice with Zeena Luchowa.