The month of May always represents a time when students begin their next journey, whether it’s moving on to the next grade level, pursuing a career after graduation, or continuing to a higher degree. As a law firm that supports and values personal and professional growth, we often employ young professionals gaining legal experience between undergraduate studies and law school. This mutually beneficial relationship allows us to train young professionals on real-world career expectations, while in return, they bring innovative solutions to our workplace. With this comes the reality that our trusted and valuable team members won’t be with us forever.
Over the years we have bid many heart-warming farewells to many valuable employees and this year is no different. We are pleased to report that two of our extremely valued employees have been inspired by their experience at Garvish Immigration Law Group to attend law school, and of course, letting them go is bittersweet for all those who had the pleasure of working with them.
Alissa Heynan, a legal assistant who worked for Garvish Immigration for 2 years, will head to University of Michigan Law School in the fall, while Kaitlyn Bright, also a legal assistant for 1.5 years, will head to University of Samford School of Law. Both attribute their decision to attend law school in part to the knowledge and inspiration gained while at Garvish.