Ms. Esquire has been a great group, and special due to being mostly ladies, which brings a different vibe. Some of the activities we do during our monthly meetings bring the members closer to one another which is great. Also, all members are phenomenal and intelligent business owners, people you want to relate to and be around.
Connie Kaplan, Esq.
For Connie Kaplan, immigration law was more than a career choice — it was a calling. She went through the asylum process, had a deportation case filed against her, obtained a cancellation of removal, and eventually was able to obtain permanent residency and citizenship. She knows and understands exactly what individuals and families have to go through, and that makes her want to fight harder for them. Because of this, she has dedicated her entire legal career to helping ensure people will not need to go through the same challenges that she struggled with for so long. She helps people make the United States their permanent home.
Attorney Connie Kaplan graduated from the State University of New York with a Bachelor of Science degree in Business, summa cum laude. She then went on to receive her law degree from Nova Southeastern University. While attending Nova Southeastern University, she received the Goodwin Scholarship, was on the dean’s list, and graduated with honors. She also served as the editor-in-chief of the ILSA Journal for International and Comparative Law. She had returned to her law school as an Adjunct Professor of Law and has published two books on immigration topics.