Meet The Partners


Isabelle Hurtubise

Isabelle immigrated to the United States from Montreal, Canada, with her German mother and Canadian father.  She grew up in a household full of diverse languages and cultures and has always loved the blend of different human perspectives on the world.  She lived in Montreal, London, New York, Boston and Tampa before settling in her true home, San Francisco, in 2002. 

Isabelle graduated from Harvard University in 1995 with honors and New York University School of Law in 2002. 

Her professional life has been as diverse as her heritage.  Before law school, she worked as a management consultant to financial services firms including American Express and Chase Bank.  As an attorney she worked for a major international law firm, Morgan Lewis and Bockius LLP (formerly Bingham McCutchen), and at several public interest organizations.  Throughout this decade she maintained her interest and involvement in immigration law, having herself lived the experience.

Isabelle brings diverse skills, a multicultural perspective and her insatiable curiosity to immigration cases.  She believes that immigrants and foreign visitors enrich this country and uses her energy and skills to bring them together.

Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Member of the State Bar of California and all California Federal District Courts since 2003.

California State Bar # 224382

Nicole Abramowitz Weber

Nicole's roots grew in Poland, France, England, Norway, Ireland, and Romania.  Her family is currently scattered across the United States. Nicole  grew up in the Midwest and moved to California in 2008.

Nicole graduated Magna Cum Laude from the University of Illinois College of Law in 2008, where she attended on a full scholarship. After law school Nicole represented clients in court, including immigrants, as an attorney for children. Since 2011, Nicole has been practicing exclusively in the area of immigration law.

Nicole is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), which was established in 1946 to promote justice, advocate for fair and reasonable immigration law and policy, advance the quality of immigration and nationality law and practice, and enhance the professional development of its members. Nicole works to further these goals as a leader and Immediate Past Chair in the AILA Santa Clara Valley Chapter.

Nicole is committed to her community. She volunteers at pro bono legal clinics, serves as a mentor through the Big Brothers Big Sisters program, and represents children in their immigration matters on a pro bono basis. 

Nicole brings her persistence and focus to every client and every case. She believes true advocacy is rooted in the details.  

Member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Immediate Past Chair for AILA's Santa Clara Valley Chapter. Member of the State Bar of California since 2008.

California State Bar # 257767