About Us

 
Jenny Doyle, Esq. 
Immigration Counsel
(919) 307-4408


Jenny Doyle earned a Juris Doctor from Loyola School of Law, and is a licensed member of the Nebraska Bar. She holds an M.A. from North Carolina State University in Spanish Language and Literature. She has a B.A. in International Studies, and a B.B.A. in Business Administration with a minor in French. Jenny has taught specialized language and law courses at University of North Carolina. She has also served as a teaching assistant at North Carolina State University and Loyola School of Law, where she taught Legal Research, Writing and Moot Court. Jenny clerked for Lemle & Kelleher and the District Attorney. She completed her legal studies at University of Houston Law Center, where she was a research assistant to the Dean. After law school, Jenny joined the Union Pacific Railroad, where she led and managed in diverse roles ranging from finance, human resources to strategic planning; including a significant international project for the acquisition of the Mexican railroad. She currently practices immigration law exclusively with a focus on humanitarian matters. Jenny is a member of the American Immigration Lawyer's Association, the National Lawyer's Guild, North Carolina Bar Association, and the Wake County Bar Association.

As a dedicated community advocate, Jenny is a Guardian Ad Litem in the Wake County Courts. She has also served as a court, education advocate and counselor assisting immigrant women and children that are victims of domestic violence. As a pro-bono attorney, she has worked with clients seeking political asylum through the North Carolina Center for Justice. Jenny has also served as Special Assistant to the Governor’s Office for Hispanic Affairs, where she provided executive level consulting and advocacy on issues such as improved emergency services, increased ESL teacher funding and greater minority participation on boards. Jenny currently monitors legislation and issues impacting the Latino community, and has volunteered on several committees and boards including Wake County Health Services, Hispanic Chamber, and AILA Committee work.

Outside of her legal, corporate and community experience, Jenny has been a long time educator K-20. She has taught in public, private, and charter schools. She spent several years in Japan with the Ministry of Education. Jenny continues to volunteer extensively throughout Latin America as a teacher. She speaks fluent English, Spanish, academic French: and has cultural proficiency in Japanese.

Jenny Doyle is married to attorney and positive psychologist John A. Doyle, Jr. They have three children and live in Raleigh, North Carolina.
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