RACHEL ROBERTS, ESQ.
Attorney Roberts was born in San-Fernando, Trinidad and Tobago. She immigrated to the United States in 1999 with her parents and siblings. She speaks both English and Spanish.
In 2009, Attorney Roberts graduated summa cum laude from North Carolina State University with a B.A. in Religious Studies. Attorney Roberts' passion to help the immigrant community became a reality when she graduated from Atlanta's John Marshall Law School. While attending law school, Attorney Roberts served as the President of Immigration Law Society where she was a significant part of organizing events in which immigration law was discussed. Also, while attending law school, Attorney Roberts interned with Solano Law Firm, Catholic Charities of Atlanta, Barrios & Virguez LLC, and the City of Atlanta's Public Defender's Office where she gained experience in several areas of law including immigration law and criminal law. After law school, Attorney Roberts focused solely on practicing immigration law.
Attorney Roberts also served as an Administrative Law Judge for the State of Arizona. In her role, she presided over cases appealed due to denials of unemployment compensation.
In her spare time, Attorney Roberts enjoys spending time with her husband and children. She also enjoys research, nature, and going to the beach.
J.D., Atlanta's John Marshall Law School, 2016
B.A. in Religious Studies, North Carolina State University, 2009
M.A. in Theological Studies, Liberty Theological Seminary, 2012
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WILLIAM PARRA, ESQ.
Attorney Parra was born in California, United States, and is first generation Mexican American. Attorney Parra's parents both migrated from Guerrero, Mexico, to the United States. Attorney Parra speaks both English and Spanish, with Spanish being his primary language.
In 2013, Attorney Parra graduated from North Carolina Central University with a B.A. in Political Science. Attorney Parra's desire to help out the immigrant community became a reality when he graduated from NCCU School of Law. While attending law school, Attorney Parra served as the Secretary of the Hispanic Law Student Association where he was a significant part of organizing events in which immigration law was discussed. Also, while attending law school, Attorney Parra interned with Brenman Immigration Law Firm, and Velasquez and Associates where he gained experience in several areas of law including immigration law, family law, and criminal law. After law school, Attorney Parra continued working in these three areas of law.
In his spare time, Attorney Parra enjoys spending time with his wife and children. He also enjoys soccer, movies, and history.
J.D., NCCU School of Law, 2017
B.A. in Political Science, North Carolina Central University, 2013
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