About Nejla Kassandra Lane

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11112 Nejla K. Lane (Attorney)

Ms. Lane was born in Turkey (Old Antioch) and raised as a Guest Worker’s child in Bavaria- Germany. She graduated from Friedrich-List Schule in Ulm Germany with a degree in business. Shortly after completing her business degree, Ms. Lane attended Foreign Language school and is fluent in German, Turkish, and English.
After making the decision to come to the United States, Ms. Lane attended Texas State University and graduated cum laude in Psychology and German, while participating in the school’s Honor’s Program – writing a thesis entitled “The Shaping of Human Personality”.
Ms. Lane then decided to use her skills in psychology and her knowledge of multiple languages and different cultures to become a lawyer. She then moved to East Lansing, Michigan and attended school at the Michigan State University College of Law, where she graduated with her Juris Doctor with a concentration in International and Comparative Law. While in Law School, Ms. Lane was involved in several constitutional researches including, but not limited to, the United States Patriot Act and Atrocities of WWI. This enabled her to be sensitive to clients’ needs and is by many,
considered to be constitutional “warrior” fighting for her clients’ rights to the bitter end. She has successfully represented clients from all walks of life, socioeconomic statuses, and all over the United States, Germany, and Turkey.
Ms. Lane’s favorite areas of Law are Criminal Defense work, Personal Injury/Accidents, Construction Law, Family Law, and Immigration Law, just to mention a few. Ms. Lane is passionate about her clients and goes the extra mile to get favorable outcomes, no matter how insurmountable a case seems.

Michigan State University College of Law – Juris Doctor
      -Concentration in International and Comparative Law.
Texas State University – Bachelor’s of Arts in Psychology and German
     -Graduated Cum Laude

Memberships & Associations:
Licensed to practice law
–       Illinois Supreme Court
–       Michigan Supreme Court
–       Texas Supreme Court
–       Supreme Court of the United States of America
–       United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit
–       United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan
–       General Bar & Trial Bar of U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois
–       United States District Court for the Southern District of Illinois
–       United States Northern District Court of Indiana
–       United States Eastern District Court of Wisconsin

–       American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) (Since 2005)