Meet Lawyer Lindsay Curcio at Find & Follow Your Passion on April 6

More than 35 top creative professionals will be sharing their insight with us for Find & Follow Your Passion, our full-day conference taking place on April 6th at The New School. We’re thrilled to introduce you to one of our speakers, Lindsay Curcio.


Lindsay A. Curcio has practiced immigration law since 1990.  She is a sole practitioner in Brooklyn, New York and an adjunct professor at New York Law School. Her practice includes employment-based and family-based nonimmigrant and immigrant visas as well as removal defense, U.S. citizenship issues, and naturalization. With Lenni Benson, Veronica Jeffers, and Stephen Yale-Loehr, she is co-authoring Immigration and Nationality Law: Problems and Strategies, with publication by Lexis/Matthew Bender anticipated in 2013.

Lindsay writes and presents on topics in immigration law frequently. She is the co-chair of the New York AILA Chapter’s Advocacy and Media Committee for 2012-2013, and is a member of AILA’s Distance Learning Committee. She was co-director of New York Law School’s Justice Action Center’s Safe Passage Immigration Project from 2007 to 2012.

Lindsay has a bachelor’s degree in Spanish from Northwestern University, a juris doctor degree from IIT-Chicago Kent College of Law, and an MBA (concentration in marketing with international business designation) from Fordham University. She is studying towards an LLM in Transnational Commercial Practice at the Center for International Legal Studies/Lazarski University with degree anticipated in 2014.

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Join Lindsay Curcio and over 250 young creatives for a full day of discussions, hands on workshops, networking, and fun. Meet the coolest creatives and companies in New York City, learn about different industries, and make great connections with peers and professionals.

Join us for this life-changing day of inspiration and actionable career tips. Register today.

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Sara is the Managing Editor for the NY Creative Interns blog. She's also a Hofstra University alumnae and a Campus Coordinator for The World Needs More Love Letters. Follow her on Twitter @SaraMBrink and read her blog, Letters From A (Someday) Editor.

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