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Gary A. Wright, Esq.

New York Office: 646-688-5905

Newark Office: 201-604-3568

Direct: 718-207-5241

Fax: 877-445-5706


Mr. Wright has dedicated himself to the practice of U.S. Immigration Law. He handles all types of immigration cases on behalf of immigrants desiring to do business, study, or work in the United States. Also, he handles a comprehensive immigration service for clients desiring to become lawful residents and citizens of the United States.

Mr. Wright served as a law clerk with the State of Ohio (housing authority) where he was primarily responsible for drafting and editing loan-closing documents (mortgages, bridge loans and promissory notes) for the Housing Development Assistance Program, which provides financing for eligible housing projects. He participated in conferences, seminars, and workshops related to the development and financing of affordable housing nationally. In addition, Mr. Wright is very familiar with relevant city, state, and federal statutes involving diversity and human rights' issues, including Executive Order 11246, Title VII, Title IX, Section 504, the ADA, and fair housing laws.

During law school, Mr. Wright organized an alternative spring break program for the immigration group to provide free legal services to children detained by the Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) in Phoenix and Florence, Arizona. He drafted legal briefs and other interrogatories during case preparation to represent individuals in bond hearings before the administrative immigration court and in final merit hearings. Mr. Wright worked with detained clients at the Phoenix Children’s Detention Center, conducted client intake interviews, assisted with applications for relief from removal, and engaged in outreach and education on immigrant and refugee issues. Mr. Wright is a former president of the Immigration Law Society at Moritz College of Law where he organized and served as a mediator for a series of panel discussions on the Patriot Act as it related to the balance between national security and principles of civil liberties.

Mr. Wright serves as a part-time adjunct faculty member with John Jay College. He teaches criminal justice courses, the international human rights seminar and the Law School Admission Test (LSAT) covering the essential areas for success on the standardized test: the reading and comprehension; the analytical reasoning; and the logical reasoning components. In addition, he is a former faculty member of The Ohio State University where he taught Russian History and culture with the College of the Humanities. Mr. Wright’s language skill includes professional Russian and intermediate Spanish.

Mr. Wright completed his Law degree at The Ohio State University: Moritz College of Law, Columbus, OH. He is also a graduate of Oxford University International Law Summer Program, Moscow State University College of Law Certificate Program and The Ohio State University: The Graduate School, completing his graduate work in Political Science (Slavic and East European Studies). Also, he graduated The City University of New York John Jay College with a Bachelor of Science: Criminal Justice Administration and Planning (Summa cum laude).

Areas of Practice
Family Law & Divorce Matters
Estate Planning & Probate
Immigration Law
Real Estate & Landlord Tenant 

Small Business

Professional and Bar Membership
• State Bar of New Jersey
• U.S. District Court - District of New Jersey
• Member on the Advisory Board of the School of Criminal Justice; Monroe College (New York ; 2008- Present)
• American Bar Association
• New Jersey Bar Association
• Union County Bar Association
• American Immigration Lawyers Association
• Federal Bar Association

The Ohio State University: Moritz College of Law, Columbus, OH
o Juris Doctor
The Ohio State University: Graduate School, Columbus, OH
o Political Science (Slavic and East European Studies)
The City University of New York John Jay College, New York, NY
o Bachelor of Science

Past Employment Positions
• Debevoise & Plimpton, LLP

Presentations and Research

The 3rd Annual City University of New York Black Male Initiative (CUNY BMI) Conference at Medgar Evers College (New York)
• Featured panelist during the conference centered around the “African American Males and the United States Legal System”: Friday, October 3, 2008; Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, NY
• Participated on the “Avoiding Conflict with Law Enforcement” panel

The 2005 Midwest Slavic Conference at The Ohio State University, Columbus OH
• Presented article on “The Role of European Union and Regional Law: in protecting the legal rights of marginal minority groups in Central Eastern Europe” at the Midwest Slavic Conference March 2005
• Presented research paper “The Current Plight of the Tsigan (Roma) in Central Eastern Europe”

Fellowships, Grants and Awards
• US Department of Education-Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowship
• Russian Language Fellow at Moscow State University, Summer
• Thurgood Marshall Award at the City University of New York John Jay College
• Received excellence award from Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Projects Inc for legal internship
• International Student Award for summer at the Oxford Summer Program
• Academic Merit Scholarships at The Ohio State University College of law school includes Leadership Scholarship award, Distinguished Merit Scholarship and the Zendell Family Scholarship Fund
• Designated Public Service Fellow of The Ohio State University College of Law

Glenford W. Warmington, Esq.

New York Office: 646-688-5905

Newark Office: 201-604-3568

Direct: 973-214-8733

Fax: 877-445-5706


Mr. Warmington received his undergraduate degree from Richard Stockton College and his law degree from American University Washington College of Law. While attending law school, Mr. Warmington represented asylum seekers on various grounds and mentored at risks individuals housed in juvenile detention.

Prior to joining GWright Law Group Mr. Warmington was a solo practitioner. His current practice is focused on criminal and civil liability, divorce and family law, wills, trusts & estates, and immigration proceedings.

Areas of Practice
Family Law & Divorce
Wills, Trusts, & Estates
Criminal & Civil Liability

Bar Admissions
New Jersey & New York

American University, Washington College of Law, Washington, D.C.
o Juris Doctor
Richard Stockton College, Pomona, New Jersey
o Bachelor of Arts

Past Employment Positions
• Law Office of Glenford W. Warmington

Britt H. Jones II, Esq.

New York Office: 646-688-5905

Newark Office: 201-604-3568

Direct: 862-242-6881

Fax: 877-445-5706


Mr. Jones received his undergraduate degree from Dickinson College and his law degree from Thomas M. Cooley Law School. After graduating from law school, he served as a law clerk to the Honorable Nestor Guzman, J.S.C., Superior Court Judge for Passaic County. He has since focused his career on the litigation and trial of criminal and civil cases.

Areas of Practice
Criminal Offenses:
Traffic Violations to Felonies
Municipal Appeals
Post-Conviction Relief
Gun Permit Adjudications

Civil Suits:
Landlord/Tenant Disputes
Contract Disputes
Personal Injury

Bar Admission
New Jersey

Thomas M. Cooley Law School, Lansing, Michigan
o Juris Doctor
Dickinson College, Carlisle, Pennsylvania
o Bachelor of Arts

Past Employment Positions
• The Hon. Nestor Guzman J.S.C., Judge, Superior Court, Passaic County, New Jersey, Law Clerk

Jamaal Redman, Esq. (Of Counsel)
New York Office: 646-688-5905

Newark Office: 201-604-3568

Fax: 877-445-5706

Mr. Redman holds a Juris Doctor from The Ohio State University Moritz College of Law and a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Wisconsin, Madison.
 Mr. Redman has eight years of law related experiences in Civil and Criminal litigation and is currently serving as Of Counsel at the Moses Law Firm in Columbus Ohio as well as a part-time attorney with The Legal Aid Society of Columbus, Ohio.

While in law school, Mr. Redman was very active with the National Frederick Douglas Moot Court Competition, Moritz Law Lawrence Negotiation Competition, Black Law Students Association, Labor and Employment Law Students Association and the Public Interest Law Foundation. 

Mr. Redman is a member of the Ohio Bar since 2006.

Nancy Sparrow
New York Office: 646-688-5905

Newark Office: 201-604-3568

Fax: 877-445-5706

Nancy Sparrow is a certified mediator and general manager of Mediation Interface since 1994. Ms. Sparrow offers mediation services to our clients in addition to the full support of our attorneys. You can also choose to mediate your dispute without an attorney. At the conclusion of each mediation, the parties and Ms. Sparrow then write a memo of understanding covering the terms of the resolution or settlement of the conflict. Before each party signs the memo of understanding, you can have your attorney review it to establish its fairness to each party before they sign it.

Areas of Practice
Marital and divorce 
Custody and visitation 
Family and Relationship Disputes

City University of New York Law School, New York, NY
o Juris Doctor
Hunter College, New York, NY
o Bachelor of Arts
Columbia University, New York, NY
o Certified Social Worker

Ms. Sparrow will e-mail her professional experience upon request.

Ms. Sparrow understands the value and practicality of resolving disputes within the context of mediation rather than litigation. She is available for a free initial consultation and for outreach services to aid clients with conflicts.

Legal Support Staff
Rita Persaud
New York Office: 646-688-5905

Newark Office: 201-604-3568

Fax: 877-445-5706

Ms. Persaud is a certified full-time paralegal with the GWright Law Group. She is fluent in Russian and has extensive legal experience in the areas of family law, real estate, and immigration. Rita has a Masters Degree in fine arts and has worked as an educator for over 10 years. She completed her paralegal studies at John Jay College-City University of New York.