Eryn has been a member of AWLL since 2011 and previously served as the AWLL Events Director from 2012-2014. She took some time off of the Executive Board to open her own law practice and rejoined the Board as Secretary in 2017.
Eryn has a BA from the University of Michigan, a JD from Wayne State University Law School (Detroit) and a LLM from Kingston University Law School (London). She qualified as an attorney in the State of Illinois in 2008 before moving to the UK permanently in December 2009.
Eryn is a Partner practicing US immigration law at Greenwood Hanlon Kendrick LTD with offices in London and New York. Before starting GHK, Eryn was an attorney at another London firm practicing US immigration as well as a regular volunteer advisor with the Citizens Advice Bureau.
Sarah joined the AWLL board in September 2017 as Events Co-Director and is delighted to participate in the preparation of AWLL’s future events.
Sarah is French and has always been interested in the English and American world. She spent her legal studies between France and the United States, obtaining a University Degree in English and American law from the University of Clermont-Ferrand (France) and completing an exchange program with the University of Oklahoma. She also holds a Master 2 in International Business law from the University of Montpellier (France) and a LL.M. in Comparative Law from the University of Florida, where she worked for a year and a half as a research assistant for a business law professor and as a French teaching assistant within the Romance Languages Department for a year.
She is admitted to the New York Bar since October 2012 and is a member of the New York State Bar Association. She came to London to develop her practice in US Immigration law after volunteering for a year in the association Casas in Strasbourg, (France), helping asylum seekers. In London, she has successively worked on several projects as a contract lawyer for a number of litigation firms and started developing her US Immigration experience as a Paralegal.
She currently works as an Associate Attorney at the US Immigration law firm NNU Immigration, where she assists in representing the firm’s clients in meeting their immigration objectives.
Originally from the Seattle area, Kelsey earned her undergraduate degree in politics and economics at Washington State University in 2010. She then moved to London in late 2011 to pursue her masters degree in European Union law and government at the London School of Economics. After falling in love with the city (and a certain English bloke who later became her husband) Kelsey chose to stay in London to pursue her legal career. Having qualified as a solicitor in 2018, she now specialises in commercial and corporate deals, with a particular focus on technology and media clients. Kelsey joined AWLL because she genuinely believes in its mission to support fellow women attorneys, and appreciates the importance of developing a strong professional network - especially when living abroad.
Molly has been a member of AWLL since 2013. She is a Michigan native and a loyal MSU Spartan. She earned her J.D. from Whittier Law School in California and her LL.M. from Trinity College Dublin.
Prior to moving to London, Molly found her passion in law by representing plaintiffs in pharmaceutical product liability litigation. She later worked as a medical negligence defense lawyer, representing hospitals, medical professionals and insurance companies. In London, Molly works as a locum lawyer for various law firms and assists small businesses with GDPR compliance. She plans to take the QLTS in 2020.