Attorneys

Pardeep S. Grewal, Attorney at Law

Pardeep S. Grewal has been practicing law in California for over fifteen years. He passed the California Bar Exam in 1998 and founded the Law Office of Pardeep S. Grewal in the same year. Mr. Grewal’s practice originally focused on immigration law, but over the years has expanded into family law and bankruptcy law. Mr. Grewal routinely represents clients before the Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, the U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals, the U.S. Bankruptcy Courts, and the Superior Court of California. Mr. Grewal is passionate about his work and highly loyal to his clients. He has often traveled across the country to represent his clients. He has helped thousands of clients facing difficult and often stressful situations like deportation, bankruptcy, and complex family law problems.

In addition to practicing law, Mr. Grewal is actively involved in his local community and enjoys participating in meditation seminars. He is a serious foodie and loves to travel.

Andrew Kaufman, Attorney at Law

Andrew Kaufman is an associate attorney with the Law Office of Pardeep S. Grewal. He studied Philosophy at the University of California, San Diego and earned his law degree at the Golden Gate University School of Law. Mr. Kaufman was the valedictorian of his graduating class in law school and also participated in law review. He began practicing law in 2009 and has focused primarily on immigration since then. Mr. Kaufman has a wide range of experience in the practice of immigration law, having practiced at the Immigration Courts, the Board of Immigration Appeals, the U.S. District Courts, and the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. He thrives in the courtroom, and is an equally strong appellate attorney.

When he is not writing a brief, consulting with clients, or discussing the finer points of the law with an Immigration Judge, Mr. Kaufman enjoys reading, sports, and playing music. He participates in a weekly softball league and plays the piano and guitar.