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Houstonia Magazine, a publication focused on the Houston area, has published its list of Top Lawyers for 2014. Using a number of criteria, the magazine selects the group of Houston attorneys that have demonstrated a commitment to legal excellence and client focus. We are proud to announce that The Modi Law Firm's very own Susham Modi has been selected for the Top Lawyers list in the area of immigration. This accolade serves as a reflection of our firm's track record of professionalism and tireless advocacy.

In addition to this accolade, Mr. Modi has earned a 9.2 Superb Avvo Rating. The Avvo Rating, which comes from, is analysis of an attorney's history and standing within the legal community. While in law school, Attorney Modi received the D. Arthur Magaziner Human Services Award from Penn State Law School.

Devoted to Serving the Community

At The Modi Law Firm, PLLC, we are not here to just win awards and satisfy our egos—we work to better our communities. Attorney Modi currently serves as an Adjunct Professor and Clinical Supervising Attorney for the Immigration Clinic at the University of Houston Law Center. Through this position, Mr. Modi teaches students about immigration law and oversees immigration casework by students.

Our lead counsel also holds the distinction of having worked for the Harvard Law School, one of the most prestigious academic programs in the entire country. At Harvard, Mr. Modi was an Advocate and Attorney for the Immigration and Refugee Program, allowing him the opportunity to work on cases and prepare educational materials and workshops for law students.

In need of an immigration attorney?

Our immigration system is extremely complex, and the laws are constantly changing. At The Modi Law Firm, PLLC, we guide clients from all cultural backgrounds through a variety of immigration issues. Schedule a consultation with The Modi Law Firm today: give us a call or fill out our online request form.

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