Schwartz Posel Immigration Law Group
DALE M. SCHWARTZ, born Columbus, Georgia, August 20, 1942; Member of the Bar of the United States Supreme Court and of the Supreme Court of Georgia. Education: Vanderbilt University, George Washington University, B.A. University of Georgia. 1965; J.D. University of Georgia, 1968. Ga. Editor, Ga. Law Review, 1967-68; Ga. Editor, Georgia State Bar Journal, 1967-68. Dale is the author of various articles on immigration law, and served in several offices and as National President of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (1986-87), which awarded him with the Jack Wasserman Memorial Award for Excellence in Litigation. He serves on a number of national boards of organizations concerned with immigration and refugee matters (ADL National Executive Committee and Chairman of HIAS, an international refugee and rescue organization), and has testified as an expert witness before committees of the U.S. House of Representatives and the United States Senate on immigration legislation. Mr. Schwartz has been extensively honored for his contributions in the immigration law field and has been a frequent guest on national radio and television programs (Nightline, 60 Minutes, CNN, etc.) He was lead counsel in the Marial Cuban Class Action litigation in the federal courts. He is an Adjunct Professor of Immigration Law at Emory University School of Law, and was Co-Chairman of the Immigration Law Committee of the Section of Litigation of the American Bar Association. Dale was appointed as Chairman of the S.E. United States for the Statute of Liberty-Ellis Island Foundation by Lee Iacocca. He is listed in The Best Lawyers in America, Atlanta Magazine’s Best Lawyers in Atlanta and Super Lawyers in Atlanta, Who’s Who in America and Who’s Who in the Legal Profession, and is actively involved in the representation of companies, universities, and employees in obtaining immigration benefits for persons seeking to come to or remain in the U.S.A. Most recently he has served as lead counsel for a national civil rights organization in the federal courts attempting to set aside the onerous anti-immigrant laws that have been passed by the states of Arizona, Alabama, Georgia and South Carolina.