Murthy Law Firm Attorney Anna Stepanova Elected Member of the Firm

Anna Stepanova, an immigration attorney from the Murthy Law Firm, was elected a member of the firm. Anna Stepanova joins a select group that includes Sheela Murthy, the firm’s founder and president; Aron Finkelstein, Managing Attorney; and Supervising Attorneys Adam Rosen, Derek Sewall, Dana Delott, and Pamela Genise.

Another outstanding immigration attorney from the Murthy Law Firm has been elected a member of the firm: Anna Stepanova joins a select group that includes Sheela Murthy, the firm’s founder and president; Aron Finkelstein, Managing Attorney; and Supervising Attorneys Adam Rosen, Derek Sewall, Dana Delott, and Pamela Genise.

Membership may be accorded only to the Murthy Law Firm’s senior-most attorneys, who have practiced immigration law for at least eight years, and have been with the firm for five or more years. They must be extraordinarily knowledgeable about immigration law, and show mature legal judgment, but it’s not just about professional expertise: members must be creative thinkers and team players, who have demonstrated that they can shoulder the responsibility of running entire law firm operations successfully.

Sheela Murthy said, “I am truly privileged and humbled to have so many incredibly smart and talented lawyers on my team. All of our attorneys are excellent, and they really set the gold standard for immigration practice. Anna has been elected a member because she has proven to be so outstanding, which is quite an achievement in a group of extraordinarily gifted attorneys. It’s a bit like graduating from the gold level to the diamond or platinum level. I am very proud of Anna and what she’s achieved here, and I know she will never stop striving to be the best, and that’s the kind of commitment our clients expect, and more than that, it’s what they deserve!”

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