Edward Shulman Honored For Outstanding Practice Of Immigration Law
Immigration Attorney Edward Shulman, Principal and Founder of the Shulman Law Group, LLC, in Paterson, New Jersey, has been recognized in Best Lawyers in America and Super Lawyers for 2016 in the field of Immigration Law.
Mr. Shulman has 20 years of professional expertise in all aspects of U.S. immigration and nationality law. He specializes in complex deportation, as well as family and employment cases. Former chairman of the New Jersey chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the New Jersey Bar Immigration Law Section, Mr. Shulman was cited in New York Magazine as one of the Best Lawyers in the New York Area in the field of immigration law, and was showcased in Newsweek Magazine and Time Magazine as a Leading Immigration Attorney in the United States.
Mr. Shulman is a frequent lecturer on Immigration Law for the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the New Jersey Bar, the Federal Bar Association and numerous educational institutions, including Princeton University. He has been cited for his legal opinions in various forms of media, including television, radio and written publications, such as The New York Times. He has also been interviewed by the Associated Press and Bloomberg News regarding some of his high-profile deportation cases. Additionally, Mr. Shulman has worked as a legal consultant for the NBC television show “Law & Order,” as well as the Lifetime legal drama “Drop Dead Diva.”
Mr. Shulman received a JD from Touro College Jacob D. Fuchsberg Law Center in 1991, and a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from Syracuse University in 1987. He was recently inducted into Worldwide Registry and also maintains affiliation with the American Immigration Lawyers Association, NJ State Bar Association, and the Bars of Hawaii and the District of Columbia. He has also been granted admittance to practice before the U.S. Supreme Court, the U.S. Court of Federal Claims, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal, Second, Third and Fourth Circuits.