When I was in undergrad, I became very involved with Amnesty International, and during that time, I became very passionate about human rights work. By the time I finished my undergraduate career, I knew that I wanted to work in human rights. I didn’t know in what capacity I wanted to do that, but I did know that I wanted to work in that field.
It is very important to me that my clients receive competent, efficient representation in their cases so they can move on with their lives. It’s hard enough moving to the United States without a job sometimes, without connections, without family, and we want to make that transition as easy as possible.
My name is Kathryn Weber, and I am an attorney with Scott D. Pollock & Associates.View Similar Articles