Gunther Chesnut has been representing and advising multinational companies, investors, research scientists, artists, and start-ups for over ten years. Mr. Chesnut received his J.D. from the College of William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law in 2004 where he received a graduate research fellowship. He graduated from Reed College with a bachelor’s degree in economics and published a thesis on forest worker cooperatives. Mr. Chesnut is admitted to the state bars of California and Texas and speaks Portuguese and Spanish.
Gunther Chesnut has over ten years of experience with employment-based immigration law, including non-immigrant visas, consular processing, PERM labor certification and nonimmigrant visa waivers. He has represented individual investors, artists, research scientists and start-ups as well as multinational fortune 500 companies.
Prior to attending law school Mr. Chesnut was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Bolivia working in microenterprise development. During law school he spent a summer at the Sao Paulo, Brazil Attorney General’s Office, Environmental Protection Division and at the Virginia Attorney General’s Office in the Consumer Protection Division.
- William and Mary, Marshall-Wythe School of Law
- J.D., Juris Doctorate | 2004
- Reed College, Portland, Oregon
- B.A., Bachelor of Arts
- Major: Economics