Ms. Gasparian earned her law degree in 2002 from Loyola University New Orleans. While attending Loyola University’s evening program, Ms. Gasparian began her career in immigration by working in the Loyola University Department of International Student Affairs. Upon completion of her degree, she served in the Attorney General’s Honors Program as a Judicial Law Clerk for the Executive Office of Immigration Review. She has authored and co-authored several articles on various aspects of immigration law and frequently presents on a variety of immigration issues. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), and is a past chair of the AILA Mid-South Chapter. She currently serves on the AILA national liaison committee to the Executive Office of Immigration Review.
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