Attorney Henin-Clark, along with four other panelists, answered various questions about the legislation. The other panelists were Maritza Reyes, an Associate Professor of Law at the FloridaA&
The Hispanic American Law Student Association is a student organization that promotes diversity among the legal community on-campus. In addition to developing study skills and exam preparation, HALSA also encourages networking with lawyers from the Hispanic Bar Association of N.E. Florida and volunteers among the community.
Attorney Catherine Henin-Clark is Board Certified in Immigration and Nationality Law by the Florida State Bar and has her own private practice focused solely on immigration law. She has over 25 years of experience in this area of law, which has given her an extensive understanding of all related issues. Attorney Henin-Clark takes her clients cases very seriously, and is sure to find the best possible solution for every one of her clients. Catherine R. Henin-Clark, P.A. is available at any hour of the day to answer questions and alleviate concerns. Find out more about her firm by visiting her website: http://www.heninclark.com.