Address: 1528 Walnut Street, Suite 1701, philadelphia, PA, 19102
Law Firm: Palladino, Isbell & Casazza, LLC
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|Description||Hon. Charles M. Honeyman (Retired) joined Palladino, Isbell & Casazza, LLC as of counsel in October 2020, after serving in a similar capacity for the firm’s predecessor and following more than 24 years of service as an Immigration Judge.Judge Honeyman was appointed as an Immigration Judge by the U.S. Department of Justice, Executive Office for Immigration Review, in September 1995. During his tenure, Judge Honeyman served in a number of capacities and was frequently called upon for special assignments by both the government and the private bar, including: pro bono liaison judge; EOIR-AILA liaison; EOIR Training Conference speaker; Allenwood Federal Correctional Institution docket; Pittsburgh televideo docket; details: New York, Los Angeles, Boston, Baltimore, Pearsall, TX, Port Isabel, TX, Jena, LA, Oakdale, LA, and Otero, NM; special case assignments-Nazi War Criminal cases (2); frequent CLE speaker; law school guest lecturer; National Association of Immigration Judges (NAIJ)-member, local representative, precedent committee. Additionally, a number of Judge Honeyman’s cases resulted in published decisions in the Third, First, and Second Circuit Courts of Appeal.Judge Honeyman received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1971 from Roanoke College, a Master of Arts degree (Political Science) in 1975 from Penn State University, a Master of Public Policy degree in 1977 from the University of Michigan, and a Juris Doctor degree in 1981 from the University of Baltimore. From 1981 until 1995, Judge Honeyman practiced immigration law at firms in Baltimore and thereafter in Philadelphia. He also served as an Adjunct Professor at Villanova University Law School in the fall of 1988 and 1989 and guest lectured frequently at Philadelphia area law schools. Additionally, while in private practice, Judge Honeyman held prominent positions, both locally and nationally, in the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), including service for two years as national co-chair of AILA’s liaison committee with EOIR. He also spoke frequently at local, regional, and national conferences.Following his retirement as an Immigration Judge, in addition to his of counsel work, Judge Honeyman has been called upon regularly to teach and speak in a variety of settings. He has guest lectured at area law schools and presented at AILA’s biannual pro bono training and annual Immigration Court conferences. Notably, Judge Honeyman was a leading speaker at AILA’s Public Action in support of independent Immigration Courts (along with U.S. Congresswoman Mary Gay Scanlon, House Judiciary Vice-Chair) held at the National Constitution Center. Moreover, he has also advised academic scholars conducting research on immigration related topics. Additionally, Judge Honeyman presented a webinar for a leading software company that has produced a case management system for immigration law firms.|
Palladino, Isbell & Casazza, LLC is a leading immigration law firm based in Philadelphia, providing expert US immigration services to clients throughout the world.
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