Ms. Grossman is the owner and manager of Grossman Law, LLC. She specializes in handling complex immigration cases before the Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals (BIA), and the federal courts. Ms. Grossman has extensive experience and expertise in asylum and refugee law, representing clients from Venezuela, Afghanistan, Sierra Leone, Ethiopia, El Salvador, Pakistan, and Iran, among many other countries. She also represents clients in complex family-based matters and regularly works with criminal defense attorneys to analyze the immigration consequences of a criminal conviction.
Prior to founding Grossman Law, LLC in 2008, Ms. Grossman was a member of the litigation team at Maggio & Kattar, P.C. She is a graduate of the Georgetown University Law Center, the London School of Economics and Political Science, and Tufts University. Ms. Grossman is fluent in English and Spanish and conversant in French.
Admissions/ Professional Memberships:
Maryland State Bar Association (since 2005)
District of Columbia Bar Association (inactive since 2009)
U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland (since 2006)
Maryland Court of Appeals (since 2005)
American Immigration Lawyers Association (since 2005)
Professional Activities/Pro-Bono Work/Publications:
Ms. Grossman is active within the Washington D.C. Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), where she served on the nominating committee and as liaison to the Maryland State Bar Association. Since 2010, she is the Washington D.C. Chapter's liaison to the Baltimore Office of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE/OCC) and Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).
Ms. Grossman regularly handles pro-bono client matters and offers reduced rate services to the Maryland Immigrant Rights Coalition (MIRC), Casa de Maryland, and Identity.
Ms. Grossman speaks regularly on the topic of immigration law and law practice management.
Reward for the Oppressor - Injustice for the Oppressed?, published in the Huffington Post, May 10, 2012.
Update on Asylum Law: New Hope for Victims of Domestic Violence, The Modern American, Volume 5, Issue 2, Fall 2009.
Change of Course: Asylum Victories a Real Possibility for Victims of Domestic Violence, published by the American Bar Association, The International Lawyer, 2009.
Ms. Grossman in The News