Jeffrey Ehrenpreis, co-managing partner of the firm, is one of the leading immigration lawyers in the United States. He practices exclusively in the area of immigration law, helping clients secure temporary work permits, green cards, and citizenship.
Prior to his legal career, he worked at eBay, Inc. in various roles, including leading the international wireless business. After deciding to pursue a career path in law, he focused on immigration law, spending time in the immigration department of the New York office of a leading international law firm and in a London-based immigration practice.
Mr. Ehrenpreis is a frequent lecturer at bar associations, prestigious national law firms, companies, and industry forums on the topic of immigration law, as well as a published writer, including a law review article on immigration law in the Southern California Law Review. He has conducted continuing education seminars on immigration law issues for such law firms as Arnold & Porter; Kaye Scholer; Loeb & Loeb; and Ziffren Brittenham. He has been a guest speaker at Stanford, UC Berkeley, and University of Southern California and at the Southwest Political Leadership Conference.
Mr. Ehrenpreis is active in both the immigration legal community and community at large. He serves on the Executive Board of the Immigration Section of the Beverly Hills Bar Association. He is a member of the Immigration Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association and the American Immigration Lawyers Association. He served as the Chair of the University of Southern California Law School Alumni Association, and he served on the University of Southern California Law School Publications Advisory Board. He has also served on the University of Texas Advisory Board for the Honors Business Program and the Bay Area Youth Fund as a Founding Board Member.
Mr. Ehrenpreis graduated with a B.B.A. degree in the Honors Business Program with Honors and with a B.A. degree in the Plan II Honors Liberal Arts Program with Special Honors and Phi Beta Kappa from the University of Texas at Austin. He graduated with a Master’s degree in Real Estate Development and a J.D. degree from the University of Southern California, where he was selected to serve on the Southern California Law Review.