Kendall Niles has been employed with BRAVLIN since 2018. Kendall has represented clients in various proceedings before the Immigration Courts. In addition to her experience in deportation defense, Kendall has also represented clients in family-based petitions, adjustment of status, waivers, asylum, and naturalization cases. Kendall discovered her calling to serve the immigrant community when she worked as a policy fellow for the National Immigrant Women's Advocacy Project. This intimate experience working on the issues that affect immigrant women and children inspired Kendall to work in this area of the law where she can make a significant and profound positive impact on the lives of clients.
JD, American University Washington College of Law, 2016
BA in International Studies, focus on Law and Human Rights, University of Oregon, 2013
Maryland State Bar Association
Iranian American Bar Association