Edward Ramos obtained his J.D. from Yale Law School in 2012, and joined the firm in August of that year as a Yale Public Interest Fellow. He continued with the firm as an associate upon completion of his fellowship year. Mr. Ramos's work at the firm concentrates primarily on immigration-related litigation before federal courts, as well as litigation in immigration court and before the Board of Immigration Appeals.
As a law student, Mr. Ramos served as a student supervisor of the Immigration Legal Services Clinic, where he collaborated with clinical faculty and other students to represent immigrants seeking asylum in the United States. He also participated in a law school clinic providing assistance with a Federal Tort Claims Act/Bivens civil rights lawsuit on remand from the U.S. Supreme Court, and served as a student director of the Non-Profit Organizations clinic, where he provided transactional corporate and tax advice to budding non-profit community groups. As a result of his work, Mr. Ramos was awarded the Stephen J. Massey Prize, "as the student who best exemplifies, in work on behalf of clients and in other community service, the values of the law school's clinical program."
Mr. Ramos received his bachelor's degree in history from Amherst College in 2008. He taught English in Hokkaido, Japan from 2008-2009. He speaks conversational Japanese and Spanish.
Areas of Practice
- Immigration litigation
- Yale Law School, New Haven, Connecticut
- J.D. - 2012
- Amherst College
- Bachelor's Degree - 2008
- Major: History
Honors and Awards
- Awarded the Stephen J. Massey Prize, "As the Student who best exemplifies, in work on behalf of clients and in other Community Service, the values of the Law School's Clinical Program"
Past Employment Positions
- Yale Public Interest Fellow
Pro Bono Activities
- Student Supervisor, Immigration Legal Services Clinic
- Director, Non-Profit Organizations Clinic