Karl Krooth has worked at the intersection of criminal law and immigration law for over 20 years. Karl has practical experience in the representation of foreign nationals before California Superior Courts, California Courts of Appeal, the California Supreme Court, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals, the Immigration Court, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and Customs and Border Protection.
Karl is currently the Ethics Coordinator for the Northern California Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and he previously served for a decade and a half as Law Enforcement / Criminal Defense Liaison. Karl has served as a board member of the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild (NLGSF) and has historically served as a chairperson of the Immigration Committee for the NLGSF.
Karl also makes frequent presentations on post-conviction relief and immigration consequences of crime to immigration practitioners and criminal defense attorneys. He speaks regularly at the annual conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.
Julian received his Bachelor’s Degree in Sociology from the California State University, Sacramento. In 2014, Julian received his juris doctor from the University of California College of the Law, San Francisco (formerly UC Hastings College of the Law). Julian has practiced at the intersection of criminal law and immigration law since 2015. Julian has represented clients before the California Superior Courts in various counties, in Immigration Court, U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and before the Board of Immigration Appeals.
Julian has co-authored articles at the intersection of criminal and immigration law. He has also participated in panels for the Continuing Education of the Bar (CEB).
Julian enjoys being active in his community. Julian participates in career panels for high school and college students. Julian served in the San Francisco La Raza Lawyer’s Association Board. Julian has also been featured on Telemundo providing his opinion on immigration matters.