Dana A. SchwarzDana Schwarz Clark Hill
Dana A. Schwarz
Dana Schwarz is an Associate in Clark Hill's Immigration practice group. Dana is knowledgeable about various forms of relief from removal including asylum, withholding and CAT claims. She also has experience in employment-based immigration, including H-1B petitions, national interest waivers, and O-1 visas. She has drafted briefs to the Administrative Appeals Office (AAO), challenging denials of H-1B petitions. Prior to joining Clark Hill, she worked for the Executive Office of Immigration Review, Office of the Chief Immigration Judge.
Dana obtained her Juris Doctorate from The George Washington University School of Law. While in law school, she served as a law clerk at the Department of Justice’s International Affairs Office, the Transportation Security Administration, the U.S. Attorney’s Office in Washington DC, and Clark Hill. Before law school, she worked at a non-profit where she arranged professional meetings for delegations participating in international exchange programs sponsored by the U.S. Department of State. Dana also has a master’s degree in Security and Diplomacy Studies from Tel Aviv University, and has previously worked as a researcher of Middle East geostrategic issues. Dana received her bachelor’s degree in International Studies from Washington University in St. Louis.