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Annie Rice

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Annie Rice

Annie’s practice focuses on immigration, her primary area of practice during and since law school. Annie has represented clients in immigration matters for everything from spousal petitions and permanent resident applications, to H1B petitions, and removal defense.  

Annie decided to attend the University of Cincinnati College of Law after working as an admissions counselor for international students and learning the ins and outs of student visas, work and travel. She participated in the Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights as a part of the Human Rights Quarterly, as well as through a clerkship at the High Court of Botswana in 2011. She began working for an immigration law firm during her second year of law school, and continued her immigration law practice once she relocated to St. Louis after graduation.  

Annie is the 8th Ward Democratic Committeewoman, and is the Committeewoman representing the MO 5th Senate District to the Missouri Democratic Party. She is on the Board of Directors at the MICA Project, and is a Senior Immigration Consultant for Road to Status. She lives in South City with Abbie, her toy poodle that is often in the KW Law office or upstairs playing with the other T-Rex dogs.

Annie Rice with her dog Abbie

Education

University of Cincinnati College of Law – J.D. (2013)
Greenville College, IL – B.A., Urban/Cross-Cultural Ministry, magna cum laude (2007)

Legal background

Of Counsel, The Fleischer Law Firm (2014-2015)
Student Law Clerk, The Fleischer Law Firm (2011 – 2013)

Professional Affiliations and Community Involvement

Road to Status 
Women Lawyers Association 
The Migrant and Immigrant Community Action (MICA) Project, Board Member 

Admissions and Distinctions

Missouri (2013)

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