Dorielisse Mártir Hernández is an Associate Attorney at Brown Immigration Law working closely with a multitude of fin-tech and hi-tech clients to achieve successful immigration outcomes. Dorielisse infuses her passion for business and immigration law to handle a variety of corporate matters for high-growth clients all across the globe. She routinely instills confidence in foreign nationals as she guides them through the complex immigration landscape.
Dorielisse obtained a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras before pursuing her JD from the Inter American University of Puerto Rico, School of Law. In her second year of law school, she had the privilege of writing for the Law Review of Inter American University where she analyzed Act 22-2013, which deals with the Public Policy of the Government of Puerto Rico to eradicate discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in the public and private employment. Her published work, titled: “El impacto de la inclusión de la orientación sexual e identidad de género en el ámbito laboral” discussed Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the Equal Protection of the Laws, and the long-lasting effects of policy considerations on society. Prior to joining Brown Immigration Law, Dorielisse practiced family-based immigration law for a law firm in Omaha where she had the privilege of helping individuals with naturalization applications, defense of deportation orders, family-based immigration, waivers, among others.
Beyond the law, Dorielisse enjoys exercising, spending time with family and friends, and traveling around the world.