Noticed celebrates its newest member, Attorney Matthew H. Springmeyer
SAN DIEGO, April 30, 2018 (Newswire.com) - Matthew H. Springmeyer, Founder, The Law Office of Matthew H. Springmeyer, has joined Noticed©, an invitation-only service for distinguished professionals. Springmeyer has been chosen as a Distinguished Lawyer™ based on peer reviews and ratings, dozens of recognitions, and accomplishments achieved throughout his career.
Springmeyer outshines others in his field due to his extensive educational background, numerous awards and recognitions, and career longevity. He earned his B.A. in English from the University of Utah and his J.D., magna cum laude, from California Western School of Law. Today, Springmeyer is Lead Counsel Rated and maintains a 10.0/10.0 "Superb" Rating from Avvo.
Selected to the 2018 Super Lawyers® Rising Stars, Springmeyer brings a wealth of knowledge to his industry, and, in particular, to his areas of specialization, immigration law and criminal defense. When asked why he decided to pursue a career in law, Springmeyer said:
The Supreme Court recently ruled that people who are held in immigration detention are not entitled to periodic bail bond hearings. So they have to stay in custody until a decision has been reached in their case, which could take years. This a travesty given they often are fleeing persecution in the first place.
"I decided to become a lawyer because my father was a lawyer, and I saw the work he did for the Attorney General’s office and the health department in Utah and was very interested in it. I wanted to be able to help people and being a lawyer gives me the skills I need to do that."
As a prominent member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and the California DUI Lawyers Association, Springmeyer keeps his eye on prevailing trends in immigration and criminal law. In particular, he commented on developments in the asylum arena and its effect on his clients:
"My focus on asylum stems from the desire to help others who have suffered greatly. Some of the most vulnerable people in the world are coming to the United States to seek asylum, so I'm focusing on assisting those who are fleeing harm to ensure they have the opportunity for a safe, stable existence. The Supreme Court recently ruled that people who are held in immigration detention are not entitled to periodic bail bond hearings. So they have to stay in custody until a decision has been reached in their case, which could take years. This a travesty given they often are fleeing persecution in the first place."
Springmeyer has acted as co-chair of the Community Outreach Committee, an organization which provided law students with volunteer opportunities, and has received numerous pro bono and public service honors for his countless hours devoted to helping others. Springmeyer is currently active with the nonprofit San Diego Immigrant Defenders.
For more information, visit Springmeyer's profile on the Noticed© website here: https://noticed.co/members/matthew-h-springmeyer/289d891d3e873f0a
Noticed© has written this news release with approval and/or contributions from Matthew H. Springmeyer. Noticed is an invitation-only reputation management service that is dedicated to helping professionals stand out, network, and gain a competitive edge. Noticed selects a limited number of professionals based on their individual recognitions and history of personal excellence.