Carolyn Krieger graduated from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor with high honors in 2005. She holds bachelor of arts degrees in Psychology and Sociology with a specialization in Law and Criminology. In 2008, she graduated from Ave Maria School of Law. During law school, Carolyn discovered her passion for helping immigrants as a student attorney through her school’s Immigration Law Clinic.
Carolyn was admitted to the State Bar of Michigan in 2008 and had been practicing immigration law ever since. She started her career as a Staff Immigration Attorney with the Center for Civil Justice in Saginaw, Michigan and subsequently worked as an Equal Justice Works AmeriCorp Legal Fellow with the Michigan Immigrant Rights Center in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
Carolyn now lives in Springfield, Virginia where she raises her two young boys while assisting in immigration cases pro bono with Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services of Washington, DC. For the Virginia Immigration Law Center, Carolyn handles Master Calendar court hearings in the Arlington Immigration Court on behalf of the firm’s clientele.