Donald L. Schlemmer




Kent State University
B.S., Telecommunications Major

Antioch University School of Law, Ohio
J.D., 1986, Property Law Clinic

Bar Information

District of Columbia, Admitted 1988
New Jersey, Admitted 1987
Pennsylvania, Admitted 1987
U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, 1992
U.S. Supreme Court, Admitted 1990

Areas of Focus:

Civil Litigation and contested matters with government agencies
Appellate Litigation, U.S. Court of Appeals, 4th and 2nd Circuits
Civil Administrative Law before U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Awards & Recognitions

Numerous Talks on Radio, Television, and other media outlets on Proceedings before the Department of Homeland Security regarding Homeland Security and Immigration Appeals.

Professional Summary

Donald Schlemmer is an experienced attorney in administrative law matters before the U.S. government.  He represents clients in contested matters before the IRS, U.S. Postal Service, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, and Department of Homeland Security.  He has also handled immigration appeals of clients who are facing deportation and exclusion orders.

Mr. Schlemmer has distinguished himself in handling federal appeals before the fourth circuit and second circuit courts of appeal.  He has represented inn keepers in copyright disputes over public use of copyrighted streaming of video displays.  Mr. Schlemmer advises clients in complex areas of appellate review and represents clients in appellate matters before the U.S. boards of administrative appeals, including military veterans’ appeals to the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs.