Gregory Siskind


Siskind Susser Bland
Organization Type: Law Firm
Position/Title: Founding Partner
Functional Area: Law Practice
Year of Induction: 2007

1028 Oakhaven Rd., P.O. Box 770840
Memphis, TN 38119
USA

Business Phone: 800.343.4890
gsiskind@visalaw.com
www.visalaw.com
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Greg Siskind is a founding partner of Siskind Susser Bland, one of the nation’s largest immigration practices, and has been practicing law since 1990. He received his bachelor’s degree from Vanderbilt University and his law degree from the University of Chicago. Greg is the author of several books including the annually published J-1 Visa Guidebook and the soon to be released third edition of the American Bar Association’s Lawyers Guide to Marketing on the Internet. In 1994, he created www.visalaw.com, the first immigration law firm web site in the world and is the editor of Siskind’s Immigration Bulletin, a newsletter that is distributed to more than 40,000 subscribers each week. He is also the proprietor of one of the most popular lawyer blogs at http://blogs.ilw.com/gregsiskind. Greg was the first immigration lawyer ever photographed for the cover of the American Bar Association Journal and he was recently named by Chambers and Partners as one of the top 25 immigration lawyers in the US. He practices primarily in business and employment immigration and is one of the founders of Visalaw International, the global alliance of immigration lawyers. He also regularly writes and speaks on law office technology.


CITATION UPON INDUCTION INTO THE COLLEGE

Greg Siskind is an extraordinary lawyer, an innovative, intelligent entrepreneur and a good and kind man. He has not only talked the talk (He must certainly be one of the most prolific writers on the subject of law firm management, technology and immigration law known to man!) but he walks the walk. By demonstrating how it is actually done – and succeeding while doing it – Greg has outdone almost all of us. There is nothing to compare with Siskind Susser’s www.VisaLaw.com. And that is because — there is nothing to compare with Greg Siskind.
— 2007