Harun Kazmi, Attorney At Law, University of San Diego (L.L.M., International Law, 2001; Thomas Jefferson School of Law (J.D. cum laude, 2000); University of Arkansas (B.S.B.A., 1996) is proud to be an American Pakistani with a sense both of his cultural background and his present situation equally combined as he was born in Los Angeles, California and his family roots are in Pakistan.
Mr Kazmi, who also studied European Union Law at the University of Vienna, Austria, was admitted to the California Bar in 2000. He is authorized to practice before the Supreme Court of California and the Federal District Court in the Southern District of California. Mr. Kazmi was the Business and Managing Editor for Thomas Jefferson Law Review. He received a Certificate of Global Legal Studies for his selection of numerous international courses. During law school, Mr. Kazmi was a judicial intern with the Honourable Judge Norbert Ehrenfreund of Criminal Division of the San Diego Superior Court.
In 2001, Mr. Kazmi was published in The Journal of Contemporary Legal Issues, (Vol 12.1, 2001) for his articles entitled: Does It Make a Difference Where That Chablis Come From? Geographic Indications in TRIPs and NAFTA and How to Register a Movie Title as a Mark: U.S. and U.K.
Mr. Kazmi is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (A.I.L.A.), the San Diego County Bar and the American Bar Association. He is also fluent in conversational German.
Since becoming an attorney, Mr. Kazmi has actively practiced Immigration and Nationality Law in San Diego. He has represented numerous clients worldwide on all business and family immigration related matters. In 2004, he joined with Clifford Sakata to form their current practice.