Danielle Perez grew up in eastern Washington and moved to Oregon to attend law school. She loved Oregon so much, she never left. As a young girl, Danielle set her goals on becoming an attorney after she witnessed many people struggling to navigate the legal system. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and Criminal Justice from Gonzaga University. She went on to receive her Juris Doctor from Lewis and Clark Law School in July of 2007.
After law school Danielle practiced primarily as a juvenile law attorney for four years with Brindle, McCaslin & Lee. She negotiated case plans and helped her clients reunify with their families. She regularly appeared before judges in Washington and Multnomah County. Danielle also practiced criminal, family, and immigration law at that time.
Danielle is the sole member of Ginsburg & Perez, LLC. She became the managing attorney after Mr. Ginsburg passed away in March of 2015. She practiced under Mr. Ginsburg for three years and learned from his wisdom and many years of practice. Danielle practices exclusively in the area of immigration law and focuses on family based immigration, naturalization, U visas and VAWA petitions, and removal defense. Danielle is passionate about helping the immigrant community.
J.D., Northwestern School of Law Lewis and Clark College, 2007
B.A. (Psychology & Criminal Justice), Gonzaga University, 2004
Oregon State Bar, 2008
American Immigration Lawyers Association
Co-USCIS Liaison for the Oregon American Immigration Lawyers Association
Multnomah Bar Association
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