Michael D. Greenberg
Greenberg operates a private practice in Boston that
concentrates in trial practice and appearances before the Executive
Office of Immigration Review. He is past chair of the American
Immigration Lawyers Association's Unauthorized Practice of Law
Committee and was previously a court liaison for the association.
Greenberg teaches criminal law and Immigration Court practice and
procedures through various education forums locally and nationally.
He lives in Marblehead.
Alan M. Pampanin
Pampanin founded Pampanin Law Offices in Cambridge in 1986,
where the practice is dedicated entirely to immigration law. Since
about 1996, his practice has been devoted to business and family
immigration matters. He has been an active member of the American
Immigration Lawyers Association since 1986, during which time he
has served as chairman of the New England Chapter, sat on numerous
AILA committees and acted as AILA Liaison to the CIS, the
Department of Labor, and to the New England Congressional
Delegation. He has the preeminent AV rating from Martindale-Hubbel;
has been listed on The Best Lawyers, Massachusetts list since
2001 and has regularly been selected a Massachusetts Super
Lawyer. Pampanin is a 1972 graduate of the University of
California at Berkeley, where he earned a degree in English
Literature. He received the Juris Doctor Degree from Hastings Law
School in San Francisco in 1976. He lives in Melrose.