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  • 5.0/5.0 Review for Sheela Murthy by a Partner on 03/29/12 in Immigration and Naturalization

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Sheela Murthy

Sheela Murthy

Founder and President, Murthy Law Firm 

Sheela Murthy is a leader in U.S. immigration law. The Murthy Law Firm’s 85+ dedicated employees help strengthen U.S. companies seeking the best and the brightest workers from abroad. Ms. Murthy is a frequent speaker, well regarded for her passion and enthusiasm, and she considers the opportunities for success in the United States to be fertile ground for anyone who has a vision, is willing to work hard, and has the right attitude. The firm’s philosophy is to help others and the website is considered the world’s most popular law firm site. A committed philanthropist, Ms. Murthy is recognized for work in the United States and her native India and serves on the boards of several organizations. It is her mission is to help people achieve their American Dream to live and work in this great country.


Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA, LL.M 1987

University Law College, Bangalore, India, LL.B 1985

Stella Maris College, Madras, India, B.A. 1982

Alliance Francaise, Bangalore, India, French Diploma 1984


U.S. Supreme Court

Maryland Court of Appeals (1989-Present)

New York Supreme Court (1988-Present)

Selected Awards and Honors:

Outstanding Director Award, Baltimore Business Journal, 2013

Future 50 Award, SmartCEO Magazine, 2013

Maryland Entrepreneur of the Year, Maryland Entrepreneur Quarterly, 2012

Innovator of the Year Award Winner, The Daily Record, 2012

Most Admired CEO Award Winner, The Daily Record, 2012

Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise Awards Winners, The Daily Record, 2012, 2008

The Sadie Award, The Children's Guild, 2012

I-Fund Leadership Award, Independent College Fund of Maryland, 2012

Top 50 Most Influential Marylanders, The Daily Record, 2011  

Maryland's Top 100 Women, Circle of Excellence, The Daily Record, 2011

Baltimore’s Top 10 Business Owners, Circle of Excellence, SmartCEO Magazine, 2010

Small Business of the Year Award, Maryland Chamber of Commerce, 2010

E&Y Entrepreneur of the Year (EOY), 2009 / E&Y EOY Regional Judge, 2011- Present 

Philanthropist of the Year, United Way of Central Maryland, 2009

IndUS Business Journal Businesswoman of the Year in the legal area, 2009

Maryland International Leadership Award, State of Maryland / WTCI Institute, 2008

Maryland Super Lawyer, 2007 to Present

AV Rating, 5 out of 5, by Martindale Hubbell, since 2004

Selected Present Community Leadership Roles

MurthyNayak Foundation, Founder and Board of Directors 

United Way International, Leadership Council for India, co-Founder and Chair 

United Way of Central Maryland, Board of Directors   

Girl Scouts of Central Maryland, President, Board of Directors 

ASHA for Women, Board of Advisors 

JHPIEGO, Board of Advisors, an affiliate of Johns Hopkins University

Stevenson University, Board of Trustees

Honorary Chair, CCBC Global Education NEH Initiative

Pratham DC, Board of Directors

Selected Professional Affiliations/ Past and Present:

Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Eastern Region, Board of Directors

Maryland Chamber of Commerce, Secretary/Treasurer, Board of Directors

The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE) DC, Board of Directors

World Trade Center Institute, Member and Sponsor 

American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) 

Board of Trustees of the American Immigration Council 

American Bar Association, Immigration Coordinating Committee 

Visiting Committee of Harvard Law School, Cambridge, MA

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Murthy Law Firm

10451 Mill Run Circle, Suite 100

Owings Mills, MD  21117

PH  410.356.5440

[email protected]


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This is a growing firm working to increase employee and job satisfaction. Jobs are secure, but little room for advancement.

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There is no room for advancement or growth in the company. Employees are overworked with multiple things and especially tasks that are outside of given job duties. Employees are underpaid. Unwelcoming environment and lack of diversity, especially considering this is an immigration law firm. Do yourself a favor and don’t apply.

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Murthy Law Firm is quickly deteriorating from what was once a well run business to a chaotic disaster. The negative and defeated attitudes of employees makes for a miserable atmosphere. Anger among employees only increased once Murthy Law Firm conducted lay offs and administered pay cuts just to turn around and hire new employees shortly thereafter while continuing to cut current employee pay.

As with most matters, COVID-19 was poorly handled. The president of never came into the office. If the president does not feel safe enough to come into the office then how could any employee feel safe? Employees were forced to choose between work and family giving employees no other option then to leave young children at home alone during a pandemic.

As for workplace culture, for an immigration law firm there is a severe lack of diversity and empathy for others. The firm is ran by fear and intimidation. Employee interaction is greatly frowned upon. Employees are referred to as "family". If there is any sense of family it is a dysfunctional, vengeful and spiteful family. Co-workers are your competition and supervisors take no action or provide support to alleviate this matter. There is excessive gossip due to the secretive and sneaky nature of management. Some attorneys refuse to accept responsibility for mistakes, instead placing blame on others. HR cannot answer any common HR related questions. If they do they just end up coming back to you with a new response from management causing them to manipulate the truth of what they previously told you, Management consist of those with legal knowledge but absolutely no business knowledge or leadership skills. High turn-over rate.

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Work-life balance at Murthy Law Firm is hard because they don’t want you to take off, ever and when you take off in advantage and you are not in the VIP list, they don’t even follow up or check on your workload so you come back to piled up work.

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My pay and benefits at Murthy Law Firm are low and the benefits are expensive so if you have a big family you’ll be working just to pay for the insurance.

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In terms of job security at Murthy Law Firm, I think if you are liked by management go for it otherwise they’ll find a way to fire you.

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My experience working at Murthy Law Firm horrible horrible horrible! I learned to watch my back and how being different at certain places can mean that you don’t belong. I’m glad I’m out of there.

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Sheela Murthy

Sheela Murthy (born 12 October 1961) is a lawyer, entrepreneur, and philanthropist, perhaps best known as founder and president of the Owings Mills, Maryland based Murthy Law Firm, which has been ranked as one of the world's leading U.S. immigration law firms.

A native of India, Murthy and her husband, photographer and media specialist Vasant Nayak, established the MurthyNayak Foundation to channel their philanthropic contributions to nonprofits that serve the needs of women, children, and immigrants, particularly in education and health care. Murthy has repeatedly been recognized for her philanthropic work. She also serves on the boards of several nonprofits in the Baltimore-Washington area and elsewhere in the northeastern United States. She is a frequent speaker on immigration law, and on entrepreneurship and motivation, leadership, and women's issues.

Early life[edit]

Murthy was born in Baroda (now known as Vadodara), India[1] in 1961, the second of three daughters.[2] Her father, HMS (Srinivas) Murthy, was an officer in the Indian Defense Forces.[1] The family lived in modest circumstances, especially in her early years, and moved often as her father was posted to new assignments throughout India.[1]

Although Sheela's father was adamantly against the idea of her pursuing a career in law,[3][4] she now credits her father's constant reminders about her responsibility to help the less fortunate for sparking her interest in law, social justice, and philanthropy.[5]


Murthy was admitted to Stella Maris College in Chennai,[1] where she majored in history and minored in political science.[6] She graduated in 1982.[6]

During college at Stella Maris, Murthy says her interest in social justice led to her involvement in anti-dowry marches and other work to secure the rights of women and girls.[7][8] It also strongly influenced her academic and career choices. Against her parents' wishes, Murthy enrolled in the Bachelor of Laws program at the University Law College at Bangalore University.[3][9]

As a law student, she competed in the Jessup International Moot Court competition and was all-India champion, and her team subsequently placed second in the world at the Jessup Moot Court competition in New York.[10] Murthy graduated from law school in 1985 at the top of her class of 1,500 students.[11]

While in New York for the moot court competition, Murthy decided to apply for the Master of Laws (LLM) program at Harvard Law School.[4] She spent the next year teaching French at the Alliance Française[6] and the Institute of Hotel Management in Bangalore, while she awaited the results of her Harvard application. Around the same time, she met her future husband, Vasant Nayak, when she attended his photo exhibition at the Alliance Française.

Murthy was admitted to Harvard, where she worked nights as a security guard to help cover her living expenses.[12] She went on to graduate from Harvard's LLM program in 1987.[6]

Early career[edit]

After Harvard, Murthy practiced real estate and corporate law at White & Case, a major law firm in New York City.[11] There she lived the life of a young associate attorney, working "12 to 14 hours a day, often seven days a week."[4] As Murthy explained, she found working in Manhattan to be "emotionally draining," and disliked working at a big law firm because "you're nothing but a billable-hour machine."[11]

In 1989, Murthy and her husband Vasant moved to Baltimore, where she continued to practice real estate and business law at a medium-sized law firm.[11][13] At the same time, Murthy was developing expertise in immigration law, forced to learn it as she went through the protracted bureaucratic process—four years, in her case—to secure green cards for herself and her husband.[8] Murthy helped her employer to set up an immigration law practice, and did the same when she moved to another firm in 1992, where she began in earnest to build up an immigration law practice of her own.[14]

Murthy attributes her interest in immigration law, in part, to the difficulties she faced during her own immigration process.[8][15] Murthy found the process time-consuming, expensive, and discouraging.[8][16] As she explained in a 2009 interview, "my [immigration] lawyer never really communicated with me…except the one instance when he had to tell me he was hiking his fee! I thought that if a lawyer treats a fellow-lawyer like this, I dread to think how he'll treat others. I said I bet I can make an impact if I get in."[8]

Murthy Law Firm[edit]

In May 1994, Murthy left her employer to start her own, solo practice immigration law firm: The Law Office of Sheela Murthy. For the first several months, she worked from the dining room table of her home.[17][13][18] Eventually she moved to a tiny office in Owings Mills, Maryland that included a photocopier and receptionist that she shared with several other businesses.

The website was launched by Murthy's husband, Vasant Nayak, who, at the time, ran the new graduate program in digital arts at the Maryland Institute College of Art in Baltimore.[19] Murthy was initially skeptical about the value of online communication, but she credits her husband for convincing her to grow her business via the Internet.[19][20] As Murthy explained, "He kept following me around, saying, 'It's the wave of the future! I'll do the work!' And finally I thought, fine, if it's free, I guess I can live with it. I've got nothing to lose."[19] The website went online in the fall of 1994.[19] The firm's website is now the most viewed legal website in the United States.[21][22][23]

Murthy's firm grew quickly, in part because of her early adoption of using the Internet for promotional and outreach efforts.[19] Murthy established a significant presence on the web, sharing news and information about the immigration process, and building her name and reputation in the process.[24]

Beyond her online presence, Murthy further raised her stature by writing about immigration law and serving frequently as a commentator for professional publications and seminars.[1][25] In 1999, Murthy became actively involved with the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA),[25] and has taken several leadership roles in that organization over the years.

She admits that, when she first launched her firm, she struggle with employee retention because she was too demanding, expecting her employees to work fourteen-to-fifteen hour days every day of the week. But, as time went on, she recognized that this was unreasonable, and that her employees "...had all the right to go back to their kids and families."[26]

By 2005, The Law Office of Sheela Murthy had expanded to the point that the firm became known as the Murthy Law Firm.[3][27] As of 2012, the firm has over 80 employees at its office in Owings Mills, Maryland, and another 15 at its affiliate, Murthy Private Limited, in Chennai and Hyderabad, India. According to Chambers Global, an international law-firm rating agency, the firm is now one of the world's leading U.S. immigration law firms.[7]

In 2009, Murthy was named Entrepreneur of the Year by Ernst & Young.[9][28]


In 2001, Murthy and her husband established the MurthyNayak Foundation to channel their financial resources into socially transformative projects designed to improve the lives of women, children, and immigrants in their native India and in their adopted homeland, the United States.[5][18][29] Education, health care, nutrition, and the rights of women and children are among the main focal points of these efforts.[5] The MurthyNayak Foundation also provides free media for nonprofits through its production company, Site2Sight, producing websites, documentary films, and other promotional materials for free to the nonprofits it serves.

Murthy serves on boards for a number of organizations, including Cancer Treatment Centers of America,[30]Girl Scouts of Central Maryland,[29][31] Maryland Chamber of Commerce,[32][33]Stevenson University,[34] and the Harvard Law School Alumni Board of Visitors,[35][36] among others. She also serves on the boards of United Way International and the United Way of Central Maryland,[31] which named her the 2009 Philanthropist of the Year. In December 2017, Murthy was named the president of the Washington, D.C. chapter of The Indus Entrepreneurs (TiE).[37]

Awards and honors[edit]

The 2013 edition of Corporate Immigration recognized Murthy as one of the world's top corporate immigration attorneys.[38] Among her other honors, she was named to the 2011 Top 50 Most Influential Marylanders[39] and the Maryland Top 100 Women's Circle of Excellence by The Daily Record, a Maryland Business publication.[40] Murthy's firm was among the 2012 Top 100 Minority Business Enterprises,[41] and Murthy received the 2010 Business Philanthropy Award from the Baltimore Business Journal.[42] She also received the 2010 Small Business of the Year Award from the Maryland Chamber of Commerce.[32] In 2008, Sheela Murthy was the first woman to become a member of the United Way of Central Maryland's Million Dollar Roundtable.[43] In 2012, The Daily Record recognized Murthy as one of "Maryland's Most Admired CEOs,"[44] and the Maryland Entrepreneur Quarterly named her Business Entrepreneur of the Year.[45]

In 2012, The Children's Guild, a nonprofit school for children with special needs, presented Murthy with the Sadie Award for her philanthropy and humanitarianism.[1] During the awards ceremony, the children and staff of the school performed an original musical production showcasing Murthy's life.[1]


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