Christopher Roth has been practicing immigration law and criminal defense since graduating law school from Creighton University in 2010. He graduated from the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2006 with a Bachelor's in History and Political Science. He has first gained immigration experience by law clerking with Immigration and Customs Enforcement in law school. He has represented hundreds of clients in family and removal immigration matters. He has also defended clients in felony jury trials from DUI charges to First Degree Murder.
Additionally, Mr. Roth has a wealth of appellate experience, and has argued cases before the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals, Nebraska Supreme Court, and Iowa Court of Appeals. He is licensed in Nebraska, Iowa, the Federal Courts in both states, as well as the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals and the United States Supreme Court. He has also served as the chair of the Immigration Section of the Nebraska State Bar Association and Iowa/Nebraska Chapter Chair of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Mr. Roth has previously authored an article on Nebraska Rule of Evidence 27-412 and co-authored an article on language barriers during Miranda Interrogation, as well as presented at CLE's on immigration law.
Creighton University School of Law, Omaha, Nebraska
- Juris Doctor - 2010
University of Missouri-Columbia
- Major: History and Political Science