Robert Warren "is an attorney with more than 15 years of experience in representing the broad spectrum of legal interests of the immigrant community in the greater Boston area. Fluent in Spanish, he specializes in immigration law, advocating in matters ranging from political asylum to deportation defense as well as family and employment-based immigration.
"He has been a social change activist for over 25 years, particularly around issues of peace, justice and human rights. Prior to attending Northeastern University School of Law, Bob was coordinator of the Central America Solidarity Association (CASA) in Cambridge, Massachusetts and a member of the Coordinating Committee of the National Network in Solidarity with the Nicaraguan People (Nicaragua Network).
"After receiving his law degree, Bob was Executive Director of Hemisphere Initiatives, a non-profit advocating for the democratic transition of the countries of Central America. Domestically, Bob has been involved in both union organizing as both a union member and as a labor lawyer. In addition, Warren has been an advocate for tenants and lower-income homeowners in his role as a lawyer and as an elected member of the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council and its Housing and Development Committee. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan. He currently resides in Newton, Massachusetts with his wife and two children, Liam and Sophia."