Mr. Schiller was one of ten attorneys in the Chicago area selected for a Pro Bono Leadership Award by the Midwest Immigrant & Human Rights Center and the American Bar Association.
Mr. Schiller has appeared as a speaker at educational and professional seminars addressing issues in U.S. immigration and nationality law, including the annual conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association, and NAFSA, Association of International Educators. He is also a regular author of the chapter on “Employment-Based Immigration: The First Three Preferences” in Navigating the Fundamental of Immigration Law: Guidance and Tips for Successful Practice (AILA Publications) and “Working Effectively with Corporate and Individual Clients in Immigration Law” published in the book Inside the Minds (Aspatore Books) – “Immigration Law Client Strategies”. Mr. Schiller represents many individuals, corporations, universities, professionals (including scientists, researchers and professors) and families in matters before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.
Mr. Schiller also serves as an Adjunct Lecturer in the undergraduate program at Northwestern University, teaching a senior level course on the subject of international human rights and U.S. refugee law.