Molly assists clients with their family- and employment-based petitions and permanent residence applications. She strives to craft immigration solutions that are tailored to clients’ specific needs, all while providing compassionate and attentive legal assistance.
Molly became interested in pursuing immigration law while volunteering as an English as a Second Language teacher at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. She learned from her students’ experiences that the immigration process can be challenging to navigate without effective legal assistance. Molly earned her Juris Doctor degree from Northeastern University School of Law and is admitted to practice law in Massachusetts. In law school, she was a senior editor for the Northeastern University Law Review. She assisted in representing asylum applicants through Northeastern’s clinical program and through Greater Boston Legal Services. Prior to law school, she spent two years at Clark Lau LLC as a paralegal, where she gained a strong foundation in employment-based immigration law. Molly is excited to return to Clark Lau as an Associate to continue identifying effective immigration solutions for clients. Outside of work, she enjoys hiking with her mini-dachshund and going to the movies.