Who We Are
My strong belief in multiculturalism and communication led me to study languages. I am fluent in English, Spanish, Italian, and German.
I graduated as Juris Doctor from Wayne State University Law School in Detroit, Michigan. During my studies, I was an intern at the Office of Immigration Services of the Archdiocese of Detroit and an associate editor of the The International Lawyer. I completed my professional training with an LLM (Master’s in Law) in International Law, with a concentration in Art and Cultural Heritage at DePaul University College of Law in Chicago, Illinois, and did volunteer legal work at the Chicago History Museum. In addition to being an attorney, I am a Civil Mediator under MCR 2.411.
In 2010, I opened Schlossberg Legal, which handles transactional art matters for US and foreign organizations and artists, employment based immigration matters for individuals, start-ups, and both US and foreign established organizations, as well as legal counseling and legal project management for international clients.
It is my mission to make a difference for my clients, whether it is in immigration law, art law, or international legal counseling. I believe communication is essential for a healthy professional relationship - therefore, I answer the phone myself.
For more on my background, check:
2018-2019 Leadership Positions
American Bar Association, Section of International Law
Vice Chair: Immigration & Naturalization Committee
Vice Chair: Women’s Interest Network
Steering Committee: Art & Cultural Heritage Committee
State Bar of Michigan, International Law Section
Dante Alighieri Society of Michigan