Jaclyn Celebrezze, JD

Instructor and International LLM Program Fellow
School of Law

Jaclyn Celebrezze teaches legal analysis and writing in the school's LLM program. Before joining Case Western, she practiced immigration law for nine years in private practice. She holds a BA from Vanderbilt University and a JD from The Ohio State University, Michael E. Moritz College of Law.  

Professional Memberships

American Immigration Lawyers Association: 2010-Present
Association of Legal Writing Directors: 2020


"The Importance of Being Earnest: Immigration Discussions to Have Before Completing a Merger or Acquisition", Bar Journal of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, May 2013.

"New Prevailing Wage Disclaimer: Potential Problem or Non Sequitur?", The Voice, November 2013.

“The Ins and Outs of Hiring Foreign Talent”, Bar Journal of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, May 2014.

“E-Verify: The Future of Employment Eligibility Verification for All?”, The Society for Human Resources Management Online, Legal Issues, April 2015.

“How an Eligible H-4 Visa Holder Can Obtain Work Authorization”, India International Magazine, April 2015.

“Now Boarding: International Trusted Traveler Programs”, Bar Journal of the Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association, September 2016.


Juris Doctorate
Ohio State University
Bachelor of Arts
Vanderbilt University