Clark Hill Attorney Sujata Ajmera Named 2018 SABA Rising Star
Clark Hill Strasburger attorney Sujata Ajmera was recognized by the South Asian Bar Association of North America (SABA) as a 2018 Rising Star. The SABA North America Rising Star award recognizes a lawyer who is under 40 years old or has been practicing for less than 10 years. Rising Stars exemplify a broad range of high achievement in their practice area, innovation, leadership, legal and community service, including fostering the South Asian community, and display a commitment to diversity.
“Sujata is truly deserving of this recognition, not just for her accomplishments, but for how she inspires others,” said Betsy Kamin, Co-Chair of Clark Hill StrasburgerBOLD the firm’s initiative to promote women within the firm, the legal profession, and the global business community. “Sujata is a talented attorney who makes significant contributions to the firm. She is also an outstanding mentor to our younger lawyers and staff and a true community leader.”
Sujata is an experienced immigration attorney who focuses her practice on securing lawful nonimmigrant, immigrant, and citizenship status for employees around the world, including high-level executives and managers, researchers, engineers, and specialized knowledge workers.
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