Attorney Claudine E. Harrison obtained her law degree from the University of the District of Columbia, David A. Clarke School of Law, and her undergraduate degree in Political Science from Spelman College. She is a member of the D.C. Bar, the American Immigration Lawyers Association (A.I.L.A.), the American Bar Association (A.B.A.), and the Superior Court Trial Lawyers Association (SCTLA). Attorney Harrison was appointed to the D.C. Superior Court Criminal Justice Act panel in 2018. In addition, Ms. Harrison serves on the Pro Bono Committee of the Washington, D.C. Chapter of A.I.L.A.
As an immigrant herself, Ms. Harrison knows first-hand how difficult the immigration process can be. She is committed to helping immigrants, especially individuals who have suffered domestic violence, those who have made mistakes for which there are immigration consequences, and those fleeing persecution. To that end, Ms. Harrison has provided pro bono legal representation to low-income immigrants through Catholic Charities, D.C. She has regularly volunteered with Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights (C.A.I.R.) Coalition at the I.C.E. Detention Center in Virginia. While in law school, Ms. Harrison participated in the Law Students in Court program, representing low-income D.C. residents in Landlord-Tenant Court.
Ms. Harrison provides personalized service to her clients, with straightforward advice and innovative legal strategies to ensure the best possible outcome for her clients. She is a fierce litigator and skilled trial lawyer who inspires confidence in her clients. She is committed to the highest standards of service.