Vishal Chander – Managing Attorney
Vishal Chander is Managing Attorney of The Chander Law Firm. His principal area of practice is Immigration Law. Mr. Chander also practices Business Law and Corporate Law, Commercial Litigation, Employment Law, Civil Rights Law, and other areas.
Mr. Chander is an appointed member of the Texas State Bar Standing Committee on Laws Related to Immigration and Nationality. Mr. Chander currently serves as New Members Division Liaison for the Texas Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Mr. Chander is also co-chair of the National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Immigration Committee. Mr. Chander has been recognized by Texas Monthly magazine as a Texas Super Lawyers “Rising Star” in in the area of Immigration Law from 2008 through 2011.
Mr. Chander is a graduate of Southern Methodist University School of Law. He was formerly judicial law clerk at the Texas Thirteenth Court of Appeals. Mr. Chander is admitted to practice law in the states of Texas and New York.
Member, State Bar of Texas Standing Committee on Laws Related to Immigration and Naturalization, 2007 – 2013.
New Members Division Liaison, Texas Chapter, American Immigration Lawyers Association, 2006 - 2013.
Co-chair, Immigration Committee, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association, 2009 - 2013.
Advisory Counsel Member, State Bar of Texas Asian Pacific Interest Section, 2008 - 2009.
Texas Super Lawyers Rising Star 2008 – 2011, Immigration & Nationality Law.
Ensuring Human Rights and Civil Rights in the American Foreign Labor System, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Annual Conference 2008 (Nov. 21, 2008).
Advanced Family Law Immigration Issues, ILW.com (Oct. 22, 2009).
State Efforts to Regulate Immigration and the Impact on American Business, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Annual Conference 2009 (Nov. 20, 2009).
The Politics and Policy of Immigration Reform, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Annual Conference 2010 (Nov. 21, 2010).
Sacrificing Civil Liberties for Secure Communities: Litigating Racial Profiling in Immigration Enforcement, National Asian Pacific American Bar Association Annual Conference 2011 (Nov. 19, 2011).
Chung v. Lee, 193 S.W.3d 729 (Tex. App.--Dallas 2006, pet. denied).
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