WR Immigration Partners Named “Thought Leaders” by Who’s Who Legal

Jul 27, 2021 | Announcements

On July 26th, 2021, Who’s Who Legal (WWL) released its 2022 “Thought Leaders” in Corporate Immigration; WR Immigration Managing Partner Bernie Wolfsdorf and Partners Cliff Rosenthal and Avi Friedman have all been recognized.

Managing Partner Bernie Wolfsdorf
Partner Cliff Rosenthal
Partner Avi Friedman

WWL Thought Leaders: Corporate Immigration brings together the world’s foremost practitioners in the area. Through interviews with the practitioners themselves, WWL’s Thought Leaders guide aims to shine a light on what makes these lawyers the apogee of the corporate immigration world. In WWL’s own words, “[These leaders] are worthy of special mention owing not only to their expertise and experience in relation to some of the world’s most significant and cutting-edge legal mandates, but also their ability to innovate, inspire, and go above and beyond to deliver for their clients.”

Congratulations to Wolfsdorf, Rosenthal, Friedman, and our entire Santa Monica and Los Angeles Offices, where our drive to serve paired with our innovative technology continues to create ongoing value for our clients.

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