Internationally Recognized Immigration Attorney Thomas Ragland Joins Clark Hill
Clark Hill announced today that Thomas K. Ragland has joined the firm’s Washington, DC office as a Member. Recognized by Chambers USA, Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers, Ragland has practiced immigration law for more than 20 years.
Ragland guides individuals and companies through the complex U.S. immigration system. He handles matters including litigation of immigration cases in federal court, advice on the immigration consequences of criminal activity, obtaining U.S. citizenship or permanent residence, avoiding deportation, obtaining visas for employees or family members, and challenging security-related bars to admission. Prior to his private practice, Ragland worked for 10 years in the U.S. Department of Justice.
Ragland, previously a named partner in a DC-based immigration firm, brings Associate Patrick Taurel and an assistant with him to Clark Hill.
“We are excited to add Thomas and his team to our growing immigration practice in Washington, DC,” said Michael Nowlan, Clark Hill’s nationwide Immigration Practice Group Co-leader. “Thomas has worked on both sides of the immigration system and now uses that significant court and counseling experience as a tireless advocate for his clients.”
Ragland received his Bachelor of Arts from the University of Virginia and Juris Doctor from Boston College Law School. He is admitted to practice in Maryland and the District of Columbia
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