Claire Bergeron

Claire Bergeron is a senior associate who focuses on a variety of litigation matters.

Ms. Bergeron previously served as a summer associate at WilmerHale, where she worked on matters involving intellectual property, mortgage foreclosure, financial securities, immigration law and attorney-client privilege.

While in law school, Ms. Bergeron worked as an analyst and research assistant at the Migration Policy Institute in Washington DC. In this role, she studied US immigration law and policy and co-authored several key publications on US immigration enforcement, naturalization trends, and integration issues. She also served as in intern in the Executive Office for Immigration Review at the US Department of Justice and in the Office of the Public Defender in Alexandria, Virginia.

Prior to pursuing her legal degree, Ms. Bergeron worked as a paralegal and Board of Immigration Appeals accredited representative at the National Immigrant Justice Center in Chicago, where she represented immigrants during interviews before United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.

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  • Education

    • JD, Georgetown University Law Center, 2014

      cum laude Senior Article and Line Editor, Georgetown Immigration Law Journal
    • BA, Anthropology and Legal Studies, Northwestern University, 2007

      cum laude
  • Admissions

    • District of Columbia

    • Massachusetts