Attorney Mooradian recently spoke to aspiring immigration attorneys at Boston University School of Law. During the panel, he focused on the challenges and benefits of small firm practice, including his approach to managing client expectations and advocating for vulnerable clients. Attorney Mooradian emphasized the importance of collaboration and cooperation: whether it be with social service agencies, medical experts, court personnel, or other attorneys.
The panel was hosted by the Boston University Immigrants’ Rights and Human Trafficking Clinic. In fact, Attorney Mooradian received his legal training from the same clinic several years ago. Other panelists included Attorneys Kate Lebeaux, Jennifer Klein, and Michelle Martinez, all of whom also practice immigration law.
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