Gloria A. Goldman has practiced immigration and nationality law in Tucson, Arizona since 1991. Gloria is a 1990 graduate of the University of Arizona College of Law. She obtained her bachelors in education from Wayne State University. Gloria is the child of Holocaust survivors and also came as a refugee from Germany with her parents who were liberated from Concentration Camps in Germany. Her own personal immigration story is one of the primary reasons why she decided to specialize in immigration law. Gloria was the chapter chair for the Arizona Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (1997-1998). She has been nominated and chosen as a Best Lawyer in America by her peers for several years. She has also consistently received the distinction of being a Southwest Super Lawyer since 2007. Gloria has won numerous awards and honors for her pro bono services including the Department of Justice Meritorious Service Award in 1998 which was presented to her by then Attorney General Janet Reno. In 2016 she was selected by the Arizona Supreme Court to receive the Pro Bono Attorney of the Year Award. She has served on numerous national committees for the American Immigration Lawyers Association and was previously on their Board of Governors.
Maurice H. Goldman (“Mo”) has practiced immigration and nationality law since 2000. He holds a J.D./M.B.A. from Hofstra University. Mo graduated from Syracuse University with a B.S. in journalism in 1996. In 2005 he moved from his office in Garden City, New York to Tucson, Arizona. At that time he joined in a partnership with his mother, Gloria. Mo has served on multiple national American Immigration Lawyers Association's (AILA) committees and is currently the chair of the AILA national media advocacy committee. He previously served as the AILA Arizona chapter chair (2007-2009). He enjoys writing and lecturing on a variety of immigration-related topics. He is currently a trustee to the American Immigration Council (AIC) and previously sat on the boards of the ASISTA and Immigrants List. Mo has also received awards for his legal service including the 2010 AILA Joseph Minsky Young Lawyer Award, 2011 AILA President's Commendation for Outstanding Volunteer Service to AILA and the April 2008 Outstanding Pro Bono Attorney of the Month award from the Volunteer Lawyers Program in Tucson.
Larissa A. Goldman has practiced immigration and nationality law since 2019. She obtained her bachelors in education from the University of Arizona in 2000. She obtained her masters in education and her Principal Certification from Northern Arizona University. After fifteen years of teaching in Tucson, Arizona, she decided to return to school and obtain her law degree. She holds a J.D. from Arizona State University. She works in the Phoenix location of the Goldman & Goldman law firm. Larissa is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and the Federal Bar Association.
Pamela Rioles Saeed graduated from the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law in May of 2021. She graduated cum laude, with a certificate in Immigration Law. She became barred in Arizona in June of 2021. Prior to attending law school, she worked for a small immigration law firm at Grzeca Law Group in Milwaukee, WI, where she found a passion for serving immigrant populations. During law school, she worked for the Yale Law School's Worker and Immigrant Rights Advocacy Clinic (WIRAC), where she gained valuable experience in federal litigation regarding important immigration issues, such as: family separation, DACA, and the Freedom of Information Act. Pamela is fluent in Spanish, English, and Italian.