Attorney Andrea Saylor joined Solow, Isbell, & Palladino after working as Judicial Law Clerk for the Philadelphia Immigration Court from 2015 to 2017. There, she drafted judicial opinions and legal memos dealing with a wide range of legal issues for each Immigration Judge. She assisted the Judges in making determinations regarding removability; applications for relief including asylum, adjustment of status and cancellation of removal; and jurisdictional and procedural issues. Ms. Saylor graduated cum laude from Temple Law School in 2015. As a law student, she completed internships at HIAS Pennsylvania and Nationalities Service Center where she worked with immigrant clients on a variety of applications, with a focus on VAWA self-petitions and U-visas for survivors of domestic violence. She also represented low-income clients in clinical courses at the Defender Association of Philadelphia and Temple Law’s Sheller Center for Social Justice.
Prior to attending law school, Ms. Saylor worked for a homeless services non-profit organization and spent a year in Egypt volunteering in a girls’ orphanage. Ms. Saylor obtained an M.A. in International Peace and Conflict Resolution from Arcadia University in 2011; the program’s focus on international and human rights law sparked her interest in the legal profession. She graduated magna cum laude with a B.A. in English from Messiah College in 2005.
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