MARGARET M. DAVIS
- Estate Planning
- J.D., University of Washington School of Law (2015)
- B.A., Spanish (Major) and Latin American Studies (Minor), cum laude, University of Oregon (2009)
Margaret Davis assists with a mix of family and employment-based immigration issues. During her time at the University of Washington School of Law, she served defending agencies in administrative court, and individuals in criminal, and deportation proceedings. Before coming to law school she worked as a first-grade teacher in Houston, Texas, through the Teach for America program. Margaret makes times for a variety of community organizing activities with a focus on educational equity for immigrant students.
Washington State Bar (WSB# 50778)
American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) – Oregon Chapter Community Presentation Coordinator
Panels & CLEs
Moderator – Serving First Generation and Immigrant Students: Panel Discussion for Classroom Teachers (April 2017)
Organizer – Immigration Options for Survivors of Domestic Violence (October 2014)
Teach for America – Portland Alumni Leadership Board (Member)
Interfaith Movement for Immigrant Justice (Member)
Portland Immigrant Rights Coalition (Volunteer)
Experience with a variety of family-based immigration cases involving consular processing, adoption, and waivers.
Experience with a variety of family-based immigration cases involving waivers, adoptions, and consular processing.