Ted Murphy lanzo su carrera en leyes de inmigracion en 1993. Despues de servir por mas de una decada con el U.S. Immigration and Customs En forcement (ICE) y para el que fue conocido en su momento como el INS (Immigration and Naturalization Service) El regreso a la practica privada en Noviembre del 2007.
Como uno de los abogados mas experimentados del gobierno, Mr. Murphy represento a esa agencia del gobierno en todos los asuntos ante la corte de inmigracion y la junta de apelaciones de inmigracion. El condujo muchos tipos de casos criminales y de seguridad nacional como tambien casos de fraude y de sancion a empleadores.
En academia, Mr. Murphy ha servido como profesor adjunto en la Universidad de Leyes de Temple, La Escuela de Leyes de Beasley en donde enseño dos clases: Leyes de Inmigracion basica y avanzada como tambien Organizaciones Internacionales.
Mr. Murphy se graduo de la Universidad de Georgetown (B.A.,1983) y obtuvo su titulo en leyes en 1994, y adquirio un Masters en ley internacional de la Universidad de Temple en 1997.
Lindsey Sweet joined Murphy Law Firm in 2010. Her involvement with the immigrant community began in 2002 with study at the Universidad Veracruzana in Veracruz, Mexico. Since then, she has served as a Pennsylvania Delegate to the Binational Migrant Education Program between the United States and Mexico in Guanajuato, Mexico. Ms. Sweet also served for several years on the Boards of MANA de Chester County, a National Latina Organization in Toughkenamon, PA, and COSECHA: Cultivating Community in West Grove, PA.
Ms. Sweet has significant experience handling immigration matters before the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Justice from her work with the Nationalities Service Center in Philadelphia, the American Friends Service Committee in Newark, New Jersey and a private firm in Elizabeth, New Jersey.
Ms. Sweet was a Peggy Browning Fellow at Friends of Farmworkers in Philadelphia, providing legal outreach to indigent farm workers across Pennsylvania regarding their rights as employees. She also worked at the Chester County Intermediate Unit Pennsylvania Migrant Education Program as a Student Support Specialist providing supplemental education to the children of migrant farm workers. She created and administered a gang prevention soccer team and career exploration program for pre-teen Latino boys which now has 800 members. She was awarded the 2006 Outstanding Service Award by the Chester County Intermediate Unit.
Ms. Sweet received her undergraduate degree from Haverford College (B.A., 2003) and her Law Degree (J.D., 2009) from Rutgers University School of Law. Ms. Sweet is fluent in Spanish.
Ms. Sweet is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, the Pennsylvania Bar Association, and the American Bar Association. She is licensed to practice law in the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
As manager of the West Chester office since 2009, Maggie assists the firm’s attorneys in preparing and filing motions, briefs, appellate petitions and related correspondence with the various courts and immigration agencies. Additionally, Maggie is responsible for scheduling client appointments for the firm’s attorneys and maintaining client billing. She is the firm’s organizer, keeping attorneys and clients on time for court and interview obligations. Maggie, an immigrant from Venezuela, has a degree in Human Resources from Venezuela. She is fluent in Spanish and English and is working towards a degree in business administration from Goldey-Beacom College.