Sophie Glickstein joined Kauff McGuire & Margolis in 2018 as an associate attorney. Sophie practices employment-based and family-based immigration law, including visas, waivers, permanent residency and naturalization. Before joining Kauff McGuire, Sophie practiced immigration law in Chicago with a focus on family-based immigration and humanitarian relief. She also served as a judicial clerk for a federal judge in the Northern District of Illinois.
Sophie graduated from Harvard Law School in 2015 and Williams College in 2010. During law school, Sophie worked as a student attorney at the Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinic, Harvard Immigration Project, and the University of Tel Aviv Refugee Rights Clinic. In 2019, she received the Pro Bono Star Award for her volunteer legal work with Human Rights First. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and is proficient in Spanish.
- J.D., Harvard Law School
- B.A., Williams College
- American Immigration Lawyers Association