Fordham University School of Law
140 West 62nd Street
New York, New York 10023
Prof. Maglich develops and directs White & Case LLP's corporate U.S. immigration law practice. The practice deals with all aspects of business-related visas and proceedings before the Departments of State, Homeland Security, and Labor. Prof. Maglich has served the Firm's corporate and private clients in obtaining visas for many business purposes, including (but not limited to) intracompany transfers of executives and specialists; specialty professionals under the H 1B program; treaty based investor and traders; exchange visitors; special purpose business visitors; and permanent residence in categories requiring Department of Labor certification as well as in those such as extraordinary ability and outstanding researcher. Prof. Maglich also coordinates with White & Case's many non-U.S. offices to serve clients' needs in moving and hiring personnel in various countries around the world. Mr. Maglich has experience in family-based immigration and questions of deportation and admissibility on criminal and other grounds. He works closely with the tax and trusts & estates department, in which he formerly practiced, to assist private clients in coordinating their tax and immigration planning. Prof. Maglich has worked with Human Rights First (formerly the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights) on asylum cases and as a liaison and analyst on broader international human rights issues. He has been a member of the International Human Rights Committee of the Association of the Bar of the City of New York. Prior to directing the immigration practice, Prof. Maglich practiced immigration, trusts & estates, and tax law as a member of the Firm's Private Clients Group. At Fordham ('99), Prof. Maglich was in the inaugural group of Joseph Crowley Scholars in International Human Rights (Turkey mission and report, 1997-1999), and a Stein Scholar. He was a founder of the Stein Center's Police Misconduct Action Network (P-MAN). Prof. Maglich was a theater and media artist prior to becoming an attorney.
Bars and Courts: State of New York; New York Southern District (Federal).
Professional Associations: American Immigration Lawyer's Association (AILA)
J.D., Fordham University School of Law, 1999 (Crowley Scholar, Stein Scholar); A.B., Sarah Lawrence College, 1994; Certificate in Acting, London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art (LAMDA), 1982
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