Tom Holler was born in the Midwest, graduated from the University of Detroit magna cum laude with a degree in Philosophy. He assisted leaders in working class and immigrant communities in Michigan, Texas, Missouri, Nebraska, Iowa, California and the Dominican Republic build community-based initiatives on employment, housing, and healthcare concerns. He graduated from Concord Law School Purdue Global University and is a member of the California State Bar. He is also admitted to practice in U.S. Federal District Court Central District. He belongs to the American Immigration Lawyer’s Association, California Lawyers Association’s and the Los Angeles County Immigration and Pasadena Bar Associations. He is proficient in Spanish and committed to assisting working families utilize the legal system to advance their interests.
Over 25 years he witnessed first-hand the price families paid when they lacked affordable and accessible legal representation. Too many times they needlessly suffered the loss of rights at work, missed opportunities to advance their business interests or address issues related to the legal status necessary to work lawfully in the United States. Here to Serve You!