Clark Hill Strasburger Immigration Attorney Sujata Ajmera Honored at Austin Under 40 Awards
Clark Hill Strasburger congratulates Sujata Ajmera for being named the 2018 Austinite of the Year by Austin Under 40 Awards. Sujata was also named the winner in the legal category. The organization praised Sujata on her inspiring story of being the first Indian-American law partner at a major law firm in Austin and leading the firm’s nationwide immigration practice.
“Sujata was recognized for her leadership in our community and her keen legal expertise which she utilized every day to help our corporate clients navigate our country’s complex immigration systems,” said Spencer W. Stevens, Member-in-Charge of Clark Hill Strasburger’s Austin office. “Sujata has been a key member and colleague in our Austin office and has also played important roles in our Firm on the national level. Since joining our Firm in 2015, we have been very fortunate to have Sujata on our team as she has demonstrated herself to be an outstanding immigration attorney, mentor to our younger lawyers and staff and community leader.”
The Austin Under 40 Award is an annual event honoring and celebrating Austin’s emerging professionals and their mentors. Organized by the Young Women’s Alliance and Young Men’s Business League, the Awards gala raises money to benefit Austin Sunshine Camps. Finalists and winners are selected through an independent peer review process, led by prestigious business and community leaders.
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