Federal and white collar criminal defense lawyer recognized internationally among “Inspirational People,” NiaLena Caravasos, is humbled at her selection as a role model for the Business Law Class at West Chester University. During her interview, NiaLena focused on the topics of mentorship (including her own mentors, i.e. Judge Lisa Richette who taught her how to embrace people fully in order to really be able to help them, F. […]
NiaLena Caravasos Interviewed and Quoted in the Thomson Reuters White Paper Entitled “FROM ONE-STAR SERVICE TO FIVE-STAR OPPORTUNITY: How Law Firms Can Create a Competitive Advantage Through Client Experience” Although the issue of client satisfaction is not a new concept, Thomson Reuters is on the cutting edge of its timely analysis of what this means in our online world where the need for […]
Super Lawyers writer Chris Harrell described how NiaLena Caravasos, the only criminal defense lawyer to be featured on the Super Lawyers cover in Philadelphia Magazine, has developed a “boutique firm” and “a practice known for compassion and success” and that “her hands-on criminal defense process means she requires a higher quality of client and a […]
Federal criminal defense lawyer, NiaLena Caravasos, is extremely honored to be selected as one of the Top 100 Attorneys in Pennsylvania and distinguished for Lifetime Achievement Membership. Criteria for selection include but are not limited to lifetime legal achievements, professional experience, significant case results, peer reputation, client satisfaction, other notable honors, media notoriety, and community […]
Federal criminal defense lawyer, NiaLena Caravasos, is very honored at her selection by the American Institute of Criminal Law Attorneys (AIOCLA) in 2016 as one of the 10 Best Attorneys in Pennsylvania for Client Satisfaction in the practice area of Criminal Defense.
The National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL) is fighting border searches of electronic devices under the theory that they could disclose confidential legal information. This issue has hit very close to home for former NACDL president Lisa Wayne, whose laptop was confiscated when she was returning from Mexico in 2008, after she was asked […]