Welcome to STERN Law.
Our team becomes your legal team. We are here to make sure you stay.
We see you at eye-level, with dignity and without judgment.
We support you, and each other, with whatever it takes to best serve our clients.
We believe that when we are our best selves, we do our best work.
We change the narrative, and fight negative stereotypes, about the foreign-born.
We fight hard and we win.
You are not defined by the worst thing you (may) have done.
Our clients are dynamic and committed people. You decided to to create a better way for yourself and your family. You are grateful for your freedoms. Our communities and economy are stronger, as a result. We build the bridges of opportunity together.
Meet our client, Ms. Sook Lee, now Angela Lee. She is Korean-American and now has U.S. Citizenship. Her biological father (whom she never knew) was a U.S. Army soldier. She has loved America ever since and was determined to become a naturalized U.S. citizen. Here she...
D.E. was born in the United States to a mother from Ghana. He had traveled back and forth as a child, but spent all of his adult life in the states. An exciting job opportunity required him to travel internationally, and so he applied for a U.S. passport as any other...
Our client's son, H.S., faced absolute deportation until she found STERN Law. We fought to successfully dismiss the felony drug charges, secured his release from jail and worked tirelessly to convince the Department of Homeland Security to grant him Deferred Action...
We are the first CrImmigration Law Firm in the country.
As the first and only law firm that remains 100% committed to the defense of non-U.S. citizens through criminal and immigration law, we know what is required to accomplish success. We are the authority on CrImmigration Law – committed to educating our community, our colleagues and ourselves.
Featured on CNN
Criminal & Immigration Defense Attorney Jessica Stern regularly joins CNN as a legal analyst. She has discussed immigrant family separation under the Trump Administration; the cancellation of DACA and the fate of the hundreds of thousands Non-U.S. Citizens affected by it; the government’s travel ban; and overall changes in immigration and deportation policy. She has been in panels and discussions with legal practitioners, politicians, community members, policy-makers, journalists and many other experts in the field.