Ellie Mosko received her Bachelor of Arts in Social Relations from James Madison College, Michigan State University. While at Michigan State, Ellie studied abroad in Sydney, Australia, where she also interned with the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission, Social Justice Unit. After graduating from Michigan State, Ellie spent six weeks performing volunteer services in the Northern Volta Region of Ghana.
Ellie continued her legal studies and received her Juris Doctor from the University of Detroit Mercy School of Law. While in law school and after graduating, Ellie interned and volunteered at the Archdiocese of Detroit Community Immigration Legal Services.
Ellie worked at Justice for Our Neighbors–Southeastern Michigan where she served as the Regional Attorney, providing free legal immigration services to the Southeastern Michigan immigrant community. During this time, Ellie represented hundreds of clients from all over the world on a wide range of immigration legal issues.
After Justice for Our Neighbors–Southeastern Michigan, Ellie worked as an of-counsel attorney with the law firm Ellis Porter, PLC, specializing in family-based immigration law, naturalization, inadmissibility, removability, and humanitarian forms of relief for immigrants.
Ellie is an active member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), the Michigan Coalition for Immigrant and Refugee Rights (MCIRR), and State Bar of Michigan and is co-founder and executive board member of the Jewish Bar Association of Michigan (JBAM).
Ellie is licensed to practice in the State of Michigan and in the United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan, and in the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit. Since immigration law is federal, Ellie can practice immigration law in any state in the United States.