Beth represents individuals applying for permanent resident green cards who qualify for entry into the United States based on specialized training or extraordinary ability.
Beth graduated from the University of Richmond School of Law in Richmond, VA. During law school, she participated in the Wills for Seniors pro bono clinics, interned with Shannon Sinclair, general counsel for the University of Richmond, and was a summer research assistant for contracts professor Andrew Spalding. She also holds a Bachelor’s degree in music and art history from Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, NY, where she graduated magna cum laude and as a member of the Periclean Honor Society. rd.
Before joining McCandlish Holton, Beth worked at a boutique law firm that specializes in claims and settlement administration as Special Counsel for the Fire Victim’s Trust investigating claims pursuant to the guidelines of the Settlement Agreement for the 2017-2018 Camp Wildfires. Before that, she worked as the Client Services Attorney at CancerLINC, a nonprofit organization that assists cancer patients and their families with legal and financial issues relating to their diagnosis and treatment.
When not assisting clients, Beth enjoys going to concerts, getting lost in a good book, and having board game/card game nights with friends.
PROFESSIONAL AND COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT
- Client Counseling and Negotiation Competition, Semi-Finalist
- Member of the UR Law Library Student Advisory Board
- Virginia Bar Association
- Metro Richmond Women’s Bar Association