Richard Hine Jr. received his Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Vermont before spending time in Qingdao, China as writer for a local entertainment magazine. He then received his J.D. from the University of Connecticut School of Law.
In law school, Richard represented low-income clients applying for asylum through the school's Asylum & Human Rights Clinic and was a spring intern at the Hartford Immigration Court. Richard also contributed to The Peace and Justice Initiative's "The Hartford Guidelines on Speech Crimes in International Law," as part of a research seminar.
During his free time, Richard has proudly volunteered with the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project and advised DACA recipients during organized workshops.
At the Law Office of Robert B. Jobe, Richard's practice has focused on representing clients in asylum and deportation proceedings. Richard is currently taking Spanish language classes and is a member of the state bar of Washington.
Washington Professional Associations
Washington State Bar Association
King County Bar Association
University of Vermont
University of Connecticut School of Law
J.D. 2017, with Human Rights Certificate
Concentration: Immigration and International Human Rights Law