LEE M. FULLER, JR.
Lee M. Fuller, Jr. was born in Mt. Vernon, New York on March 14,
1938. He graduated from Princeton University, Woodrow Wilson School
of Public and International Affairs, in 1960. After two years'
service with the U.S. Navy, Mr. Fuller entered Columbia University
School of Law and graduated in 1965. He joined the New York law firm
of Shearman & Sterling as an Associate and was admitted to the New
York Bar in 1967. In 1978, he founded the Law Offices of Lee M.
Fuller, Jr., with a concentration in employment-based immigrant and
non-immigrant matters. Other bar admissions include the U.S.
District Court, N.Y. Southern and Eastern Districts and U.S. Court of
Appeals, Second Circuit in 1969; the U.S. Court of Military Appeals
in 1976; and the U.S. Supreme Court in 1979. Mr. Fuller has served as
an Adjunct Professor of Law at Fordham University School of Law since
1981, teaching a course on Immigration and Nationality Law. He is a
member of the New York State and American Bar Associations and the
American Immigration Lawyers Association. He retired with the rank of
Captain from the U.S. Naval Reserve Judge Advocate General Corps. in