Mani Khavajian focuses on Immigration Law and Criminal Defense at Kirsch Leach + Associates. He attended the University of Michigan where he earned undergraduate degrees in Near Eastern Studies and Psychology. He attended University of Detroit Mercy Law School where he served as a research assistant to renowned Immigration Law Professor David C. Koelsch. He also worked as a legal fellow at Freedom House Detroit, which provides free legal aid and a temporary home for indigent survivors of persecution who are seeking asylum in the United States and Canada.

Since practicing as an attorney, Mani has been successful in stopping deportation before it starts by properly advising clients of the immigration consequences that could result before they choose to enter a plea or take a criminal case to trial. To date, none of his immigration clients has been deported.

Mani immigrated to the U.S. in 1987 at the age of 5; his immigrant upbringing has allowed him a unique perspective on issues relating to immigrant communities in the U.S.

Mani Khavajian

Mani Khavajian focuses on Immigration Law and Criminal Defense at Kirsch Leach + Associates. He attended the University of Michigan where he earned undergraduate degrees in Near Eastern Studies and Psychology. He attended University of Detroit Mercy Law School where he served as a research assistant to renowned Immigration Law Professor David C. Koelsch. He also worked as a legal fellow at Freedom House Detroit, which provides free legal aid and a temporary home for indigent survivors of persecution who are seeking asylum in the United States and Canada.

Since practicing as an attorney, Mani has been successful in stopping deportation before it starts by properly advising clients of the immigration consequences that could result before they choose to enter a plea or take a criminal case to trial. To date, none of his immigration clients has been deported.

Mani immigrated to the U.S. in 1987 at the age of 5; his immigrant upbringing has allowed him a unique perspective on issues relating to immigrant communities in the U.S.

EDUCATION

University of Michigan
University of Detroit Mercy Law School