Was born and raised in Trinidad and Tobago and as a naturalized U.S. citizen, Clayton knows first-hand what it means to deal with the immigration system. Attorney St. Laurent uses this expertise, along with over 20 years of practice, to aid each of the Firm's client through the immigration system in hopes of attaining lawful immigrant status and, eventually, United States citizenship. Attorney St. Laurent leads his law firm with hard-work, dignity, and respect and expects nothing less of his staff. As a graduate of Howard University School of Law, he knows what it means to be a social engineer that fights for equality and justice. Attorney St. Laurent is admitted to the Maryland State Bar.
A product of a Puerto Rican mother and Jamaican father, Attorney Rivera has always had a natural passion for Immigration Law. She channels this passion into fighting for each of the Firm's immigration clients-ensuring that she helps find a voice for the voiceless. Attorney Rivera is a graduate of the University of Texas-San Antonio as well a law graduate of Howard University School of Law. While at Howard, she excelled as one of the captains of the Huver I Brown Trial Advocacy Team, the Executive Solicitations Editor for the Howard Human and Civil Rights Law Review (formerly known as the Human Rights & Globalization Law Review), and founded the Immigration Law Society. During her tenure at Howard Law, Attorney Rivera also sat for and passed the Texas Bar Exam prior to graduation. She is also admitted to the Maryland Bar.