Amsale Aberra is the founding attorney of Amsale Aberra Law, PLLC. As an Ethiopian immigrant, she understands the complexities of US laws, including immigration law. As a result, Amsale makes every effort to provide exceptional and compassionate service to her clients all over the country. She collaborated with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Johns Hopkins University, and the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project to help clients with their asylum applications, family-based immigration petitions, and waivers of inadmissibility. Amsale also worked as a legal extern for the Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH), a Seattle-based international, nonprofit global health organization. Amsale drafted and reviewed numerous legal agreements, including Trade Service Agreements and Service Subscription Agreements, and she also worked on a number of research projects relating to corporate and patent law in the United States.
Amsale has a law degree from Haramaya University, a Master of Arts degree in International Law and Human Rights from Costa Rica’s United Nations-mandated University for Peace, and a Master of Laws degree in Health Law from the University of Washington in Seattle. Amsale’s diverse experience in human rights, immigration, global health law, policy and advocacy, corporate and patent law, and corporate and patent law will enable her to successfully represent her clients in a wide range of immigration, business, and international law.
Our staff is fluent in Amharic, Afaan Oromoo, and French. On prior request, interpreters will also be provided for other languages.