Angelo Paparelli Appointed to Write New York Law Journal Immigration Column – First Article Published October 22, 2007
Angelo Paparelli has accepted the post as an immigration column writer for the New York Law Journal with his first published article “Despite Court Setback on No Match Rule, Homeland Security’s Outsourcing of Immigration Enforcement Gains Momentum.” Noted Immigration lawyer and author Angelo A. Paparelli replaces Stephen Yale-Loehr as an immigration law columnist for the New York Law Journal. Yale-Loehr, a prominent immigration lawyer and adjunct professor at Cornell University Law School who has co-authored the column for the past 10 years, nominated Paparelli, and the NYLJ confirmed the selection. On October 22, 2007, the NYLJ published Paparelli’s first article, “Despite Court Setback on No-Match Rule, Homeland Security’s Outsourcing of Immigration Enforcement Gains Momentum.” He shares authorship with current NYLJ immigration columnist and well-respected immigration attorney Ted Chiappari, a partner at Satterlee Stephens Burke & Burke LLP in New York City. Yale-Loehr will continue as co-author of the 20-volume treatise Immigration Law and Procedure, published by LexisNexis Matthew Bender, and with his teaching responsibilities and immigration practice. The column will be written in even months by both Paparelli and Chiappari and in odd months by a well-respected immigration attorney in New York. With a column word count of 1750-2000 words, this should give Paparelli & Partners LLP, through Angelo’s literary voice, an opportunity to help businesses keep apprised of current business immigration issues that affect their hiring of well-qualified international employees. Please stay tuned for future article links for the New York Law Journal Immigration Column co-authored by Angelo Paparelli.
To view written article: http://www.entertheusa.com/publications/0711inthenews_nylj.pdf To view PDF of NYLJ published article: http://www.entertheusa.com/publications/0711inthenews_nylj_article.pdf