Amanda S. Brill is a partner at TL Brill Parisi in London practicing solely US immigration law. Ms. Brill has practiced US immigration law since 2005 and has been included in the publication Who’s Who Legal: Corporate Immigration for several years. Ms. Brill has extensive experience with a wide range of immigration issues representing primarily “aliens of extraordinary ability” for O-1 visas in the arts, film, television and other creative fields, as well as investors, multinational corporate entities and innovators and individuals for visa applications at embassies worldwide. Ms. Brill is routinely invited to speak on and write about US immigration matters and is currently the Chair of the bar association the American Immigration Lawyers Association’s (“AILA”) Rome District-EMEA Chapter which includes over 550 US immigration attorneys. She has also been selected as a volunteer for AILA National, comprised of over 15,000 lawyers, serving as the Chair and Co-Chair for the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services International Operations Liaison Committee winning two President’s Commendation awards for outstanding volunteer service and assistance to the AILA President. Ms. Brill was selected as a Massachusetts “Rising Stars 2010 Super Lawyer” and served on a panel of Boston University School of Law (“BUSL”) Prominent Alumni addressing “Mega-Firm Alternatives.”
Ms. Brill is a graduate of the University of Arizona cum laude (1998) and the Boston University School of Law (“BUSL”) (2002). She has a keen interest in fashion, studying at Central Saint Martins in London for a short course in 2018. Ms. Brill is an active volunteer for the charities Age UK and Right to Play and is a Young Patron for the Victoria & Albert Museum in London. Ms. Brill is admitted to practice law in New York.