Stanley Mailman has been involved in Immigration practice throughout his professional career. He is a past president of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and of the Consular Law Society, and a former member of the boards of the Lawyers Committee for Human Rights and the International Rescue Committee. He was twice chair of the New York chapter of AILA, and is the recipient of numerous AILA awards including the Lowenstein award for distinction in administrative law and the Elmer Fried award for scholarship. Mr. Mailman serves as a director of the American Foreign Law Association, and has served on the AILA board of governors. He has lectured on a wide range of immigration topics for law schools, bar associations, and continuing legal education programs nationwide. He has testified on several occasions on issues of immigration law before committees of Congress. He has been a frequent contributor to professional and scholarly journals, and from 1976 to 2006 wrote a column on Immigration law for the New York Law Journal. A major part of Mr. Mailman's work has been on behalf of institutional clients seeking to authorize the employment of foreign nationals. He has also tried asylum, exclusion, and deportation cases, and has litigated in the federal courts. Mr. Mailman's accomplishments in the field have been recognized by awards from his colleagues in AILA and by listings in Who's Who in American Law and The Best Lawyers in America. Stanley Mailman holds B.A. and J.D. degrees from Cornell University, and the degree of LL.M. in International Law from New York University.