Michelle Israel, also known as Michelle Noel Ortiz focuses her practice on areas such as immigration, family law, and asylum. She is the owner of The Israel Law Firm LLC based in Denver, Colorado. She holds the license to practice law in the states of Alabama and Colorado and can practice immigration law in all 50 states of the U.S.
She has a rich experience in handling juvenile, international child custody, and family cases. She is an active member of the Colorado chapter of AILA and provides low cost or free services through the AILA-MAP program.
She started her practice of law in Alabama and advised clients impacted by Alabama’s state written legislation and their employers, landlords, employees children, and loved ones.
She used her military experience to assist past, present and future members of the military. She has developed a unique set of legal skills while practicing in rural Alabama and has taken on as well as won cases for clients in interesting practice areas.
Michelle Israel has appeared before the Federal Court to defend minor children from abuse, has argued and even won their cases. She has also fought for victims of violence. She gives candid and frank advice to her clients in their cases.
She has received certification from the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and holds the license as an Accredited Attorney since 2014. The Under Secretary of Defense for Policy has granted her certification as an Intelligence Fundamentals Professional for the duration of October 2018 – October 2021.
She has obtained the membership of professional associations such as State Bar of Colorado, State Bar of Alabama, and Cullman County Bar Association. She serves as a Board Member at the Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Programs called Victims Services of Cullman.
She earned her Juris Doctorate from the Cumberland School of Law at the Samford University and her Bachelor’s of Science in Criminal Justice from the Troy University in 2012 and 2009 respectively.
While in law school, the Dean Cumberland School of Law awarded her for her Commitment to Public Interest Law & Public Service in 2011. She completed Fellowship from the Hispanic Interest Coalition of Alabama in 2010 – 2011 and later served as a Legal Intern at the Bingham at Law, Immigration & Trial Advocacy.
Michelle Israel obtained the license to practice law in the states of Alabama and Colorado in the years 2012 and 2016 respectively. She speaks English and Spanish languages fluently. She serves as a pro bono volunteer at the Hispanic Ministries Sacred Heart Parish since 2013.
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