Immanuel Foster is an associate in Quinn Emanuel’s Boston office. He joined the firm in 2022. He has broad experience in complex commercial litigation and government investigations. He has represented health care, financial services, insurance and other types of companies as well as executive officers and board members.
Immanuel maintains an active pro bono practice, which has included representing migrant workers in a labor trafficking suit and refugees seeking asylum in the U.S. In law school, he was a member of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau, where he represented tenants in summary process eviction proceedings in Boston Housing Court.
- Harvard Law School
- Harvard College
(B.A., History and Science, 2008)
- Ron Brown Scholar
- The State Bar of Massachusetts
- Recipient, 2021 Pro Bono Asylum Award by the Political Asylum/Immigration Representation Project (PAIR).
- Article, Proportionality Emphasized In Amendments To The Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, Boston Bar Journal, 2016.
- The Will Rogers Hotel, published in I Have Risen, a book of 50 inspiring essays by African-American youth.