Millicent Y. Clarke, Esquire, has been described as “A Brilliant and Fearless Litigator.” She has practiced Immigration Law for over 30 years.  Ms. Clarke obtained a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Fordham University, and a Juris Doctor from Temple University School of Law. Upon graduation from Law School, she was selected as a United States Department of Justice Honors Graduate.  As a result, her first formal legal position was with the United States Justice Department in Chicago as a General Attorney for the Immigration and Naturalization Service (INS), now known as the Department of Homeland Security.  While serving in that capacity, she represented the then INS, before the Immigration Court, served as a designated Naturalization Examiner, and defended the former INS in equal employment opportunity cases.Read more