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About Sudeb Basu

Sudeb Basu is a Member of the Virginia State Bar.  He can represent immigration law clients located anywhere, in matters before U.S. consulates, the National Visa Center, USCIS, CBP, ICE, and in immigration courts. As a defense attorney in Virginia courts, Sudeb represented hundreds of clients charged with misdemeanor offenses such as DUI/DWI, reckless driving, trespass, public drunkeness, larceny, and assault.

While at law school in Washington, D.C., Sudeb interned as a law clerk in judges' chambers at the Headquarters Immigration Court. He also interned with Judge Loren A. Smith at the United States Court of Federal Claims.  In both internships, Sudeb drafted decisions on behalf of judges.

Before law school, Sudeb developed a number of applications in the telecom, Internet, and aviation industries as a software engineer. He holds an FAA private pilot's license, and also enjoys riding his touring motorcycle. In 2009, he completed the USA Four Corners challenge, riding a motorcycle to Key West (FL), San Ysidro (CA), Blaine (WA), and Madawaska (ME) within 15 days.


Sudeb received LSNV's Harry L. Carrico Pro Bono Award from the Honorable Justice William C. Mims of the Supreme Court of Virginia in 2014.

Presentation of Northern Virginia Pro Bono Law Center's Pro Bono Lawyer of the Year Award, 2013.

In 2013, Sudeb received the Northern Virginia Pro Bono Law Center's Attorney of the Year award from Judge Michael F. Devine of the Circuit Court for Fairfax County (left, in the photo).

Sudeb also holds a Certificate of Appreciation from the Headquarters Immigration Court for his internship.


Sudeb Basu & Prof. J.P. "Sandy" Ogilvy, Externship Demographics across Two Decades, with Lessons for Future Surveys, 19 Clinical Law Review 1 (Fall 2012) (published in the New York University School of Law's Journal of Lawyering and Education).