Amy Grenier is an Associate Attorney at Goss Associates, LLC, and initially joined the firm as a law clerk prior to graduating from Northeastern University School of Law in Boston, MA. During law school, Amy clerked and interned for several government agencies including the immigration court in Arlington, Virginia; the Department of Justice Office of Immigration Litigation in Washington, D.C. and the Department of Homeland Security Office of Policy in Washington, DC. She also interned for the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild. At Northeastern, she was a Senior Staff Member for the Northeastern Law Review and a Public Interest Law Scholar.
Prior to law school, Amy worked at the American Immigration Council as a Policy Assistant, where she wrote and co-authored reports and fact sheets, as well as for the blog Immigration Impact. She co-founded, co-edited and wrote for The Migrationist, a collaborative international blog on migration for six years. Her writing for both blogs is cited in law reviews and journals across the country. Amy has a Master of Arts Degree in Migration Studies (with distinction) from the University of Sussex in Brighton, United Kingdom, and a Bachelor of Arts Degree in History (cum laude) from Hollins University in Roanoke, VA.
Amy is admitted to practice in Massachusetts. She is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the International Medical Graduate Taskforce.
When she is not working on immigration projects, she can be found hiking year-round, rock climbing, running, or cooking.