Karam Law

Address: 2950 Metro Drive, Suite 201, Bloomington, MN, 55425
Phone: 952-854-3313
Website: https://www.karamlaw.com/

About Karam Law

Karam Law was established in 1997 and has been providing U.S. immigration law services since that time. Proudly woman-owned, our firm has a broad immigration practice, representing noncitizens, their families, and U.S. companies who are seeking immigration solutions. 

Primary Area of Practice

U.S. Immigration

Training Provided to Summer Associates

In addition to providing an overview of immigration processes and systems to employees, our office will assign each law clerk case work through a mentor attorney who will provide additional training, resources, and information as needed for the specific project.

Pro Bono/Community Involvement

Karam Law has a history of partnering with local immigration non-profits and legal organizations to provide mentorship, training, and direct services for pro bono cases.

Commitment to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

We are an equal opportunity employer. We do not discriminate in our hiring practices. We strive to create a greater diversity pool then through traditional hiring practices. Karam Law is a woman-owned business servicing diverse communities and have set and work towards goals to encourage a diverse workforce.

Summer Associate/Clerkship Description

Karam Law clerks support our family-based, Immigration Court removal defense, humanitarian relief, and employment-based immigration practices.
Duties include closely working with Karam Law attorneys to conduct legal research; prepare motions, briefs, petitions, and applications in the administrative agency, court and appellate contexts; meet and coordinate with clients to develop and collect evidence; facilitate litigation processes; and manage cases by carrying out administrative duties. Karam Law clerks gain hands-on writing and case management experience.

Successful Candidate Qualities

Second language skills and/or experience working with non-English speakers helpful but not necessary. Interest in immigration law and policy and interest in working with diverse populations is important. A successful candidate will have strong research and writing skills, be able to follow direction, and be committed to completing projections within the identified time constraints. 

Summer Clerkship Salary and Benefits

$21 per hour