The WAXLAW team

WAXLAW’s paralegals bring unique expertise and perspectives to their work on cases.

Paralegals

Bithi Mukhopadhyay – Senior Case Manager, Employment-based Immigration

Bithi Mukhopadhyay has over 20 years’ experience in masterful supervision of corporate clients’ H-1 and Labor Certification (PERM) programs. Bithi has accrued impressive expertise in the preparation and submission of P and O petitions, often under considerable deadline challenge, for a variety of for-profit and non-profit organizations seeking to bring talented musicians and performing artists to this country.

Like Nathan, Bithi has acquired a Master’s degree in Philosophy and studied both Sanskrit and law. She earned a BA (Hons) and an MA in Philosophy at the prestigious Presidency College/Calcutta University, and she read law at Burdwan University in West Bengal.


Aldith Dwyer – Senior Case Manager, Employment-based Immigration

Aldith Dwyer has worked for WAXLAW as a Paralegal for over 15 years. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Law and Paralegal Studies and Biology, an Advanced Certificate in Immigration from the Graduate Center, CUNY School of Professional Studies, and a Paralegal Certificate. She works on a broad range of employment- and family-based immigration matters. She has participated in pro bono community outreach naturalization initiatives.


Soe Tun Aung – Research Director and Office Manager

Soe Tun Aung, a dual native speaker of Burmese and English, was awarded a B.B.A., summa cum laude, from the City University of New York, and is WAXLAW senior paralegal and research coordinator. In addition to his tireless efforts on behalf of our clients, Soe is deeply committed to philanthropic activities benefitting disadvantaged children in Myanmar, and Theravada causes and institutions within Myanmar as well as North America. He has coauthored with Nathan a scholarly paper on Indic loan words in the Burmese language.