Just last week, Boston immigration attorney John Foley was selected to be included in the 2013 list of the’ Irish Legal 100′ which is found in the Irish Voice Newspaper. This is a great honor as an attorney because no one makes it onto that list without a major support system working alongside them. Included in the list is the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court along with many other top attorneys from around the United States. The whole mission behind the Irish Legal 100 list is to recognize lawyers of Irish descent all across the nation. Attorneys from various fields, law firms, judiciaries and law schools are chosen and acknowledged for their high legal capabilities.
The Irish Legal 100 acts of a network which links Irish attorneys together throughout the U.S. so that they can harvest relationships with one another. It is also a great tool in “advancing the interests of Irish America.” Attorney John Foley is the founding attorney of The Foley Law Offices which is a premier immigration law firm. He is of Irish decent and his life here in the United States began after his grandmother came to America looking for a new life. Attorney Foley graduated from New England School of Law and he is an avid advocate for the rights and interests of immigrants. He has been practicing law since 1991 and since then he has been able to help countless immigrants, mostly from Ireland, in settling down and been legal residents and citizens of the United States. He is a second generation Irish citizen and he has lived in Boston for many years.
Attorney John Foley is proud to be included in the list of the Irish Legal 100 and he would like to thank all of his friends at the Boston Irish Reporter newspaper and the support system of the Foley Law Offices team.