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Eleanor Pelta Named Treasurer of AILA

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 07061561 (posted Jun. 15, 2007)"

Contact: George Tzamaras
202-216-2410

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 14, 2007

ORLANDO - The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) today installed Eleanor Pelta of Washington, D.C., as the association’s National Treasurer. The installment took place during sessions of AILA’s 51ST Annual Conference being held in Orlando, Florida.

Eleanor Pelta is a partner in the labor and employment law practice of Morgan Lewis & Bockius, located in Washington, D.C. She is the managing director of the firm’s national immigration practice. The immigration practice at Morgan Lewis focuses on assisting corporate clients in the management of large-scale global immigration programs, immigration policies and procedures, as well as all aspects of immigration compliance.

Ms. Pelta was named one of the leading U.S. immigration lawyers by Chambers USA and Chambers Global and is listed in Best Lawyers in America. The Legal Times named Ms. Pelta one of the "Top 10 Immigration Lawyers in D.C." in 2006.

Ms. Pelta’s past AILA positions include: chair, USCIS Liaison Committee; chair, DOL Liaison Committee; and chair of the AILA Annual Conference Planning Committee in 2004. She has been an AILF trustee for several years, and has been an enthusiastic member of the AILF Curriculum Center Committee. Ms. Pelta also is active in Holocaust education and remembrance.

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For more information call George Tzamaras at 202-216-2410 or Brooke Hewson at 202-216-2435.

 
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