SAN DIEGO – July 3, 2018 – Higgs Fletcher & Mack (HFM), a San Diego-based, full-service law firm, announced the addition of Zane Bryant as an associate in its Immigration & Nationality Law practice group.
Bryant’s experience includes working with Fortune 500 companies, small businesses and medium-sized businesses who seek employment-based solutions to their inquiries on immigration. His extensive expertise includes representation in cases filed with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, Department of State and Department of Labor, including employment based nonimmigrant and immigrant petitions, PERM labor certifications, applications for adjustment of status, consular processing and naturalization applications.
“Zane’s significant experience and expertise in immigration and nationality law will ensure clients have the talented professionals they need to be successful,” said Steve Cologne, HFM Managing Partner. “We’re fortunate to be able to hire such a gifted attorney.”
Before joining Higgs Fletcher & Mack, Bryant committed himself to pro bono services throughout his law school studies and career, including his representation of asylum seekers, applicants for temporary protected status and DACA applicants. With his passion and broad experience, Bryant is able to successfully provide immigration solutions to businesses throughout a wide range of industries.
Bryant received his Bachelor of Arts in Economics and Political Science from San Diego State University. In his final year, Bryant worked with a political science professor with ongoing research on media representation of Mexican migrants, Tijuana and border enforcement. In 2015, Bryant graduated from Hastings College of the Law at University of California, San Francisco. During law school, Bryant interned at various immigration organizations where he gained experience representing individuals in their applications under the Violence Against Women Act, assisting in case strategy and research in removal defense cases. Bryant was also a member of the Hastings Center for Gender and Refugee Studies’ Human Rights clinical program and was recognized for his achievements and commitment to Pro Bono services.