Bajoka Law










Edward A. Bajoka

Attorney Edward A. Bajoka was instilled with a strong work ethic from a very young age. Growing up working with his father in their family business, Edward learned that hard work and an aggressive attitude are paramount to getting results. In addition, Edward learned that compassion and a good listening ear are essential to having a good relationship with clients.

After graduating from the University of Detroit Jesuit High School in Detroit, Michigan, Edward went on to the University of Michigan, where he earned a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science with a Minor in History. He then studied law at Thomas M. Cooley Law School in Lansing, Michigan. Instead of taking a summer associate position at a prestigious law firm, Edward spent his summers and entire last year of law school working for free at Legal Services of South Central Michigan, representing victims of domestic abuse and the poor who could not otherwise afford an attorney.

Edward is proud of his long-standing commitment to service. In addition to his volunteer work for Legal Services of South Central Michigan, he has experience as a caseworker resettling newly arrived refugees. He has also participated in numerous community service projects through religious and civic organizations.

Edward’s unique life experiences and legal expertise make him a strong advocate and proven fighter for his clients. With an unwavering belief in integrity and fair dealings, Edward aggressively, powerfully, and compassionately represents every client to the best of his abilities.

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Lauren Samona

Attorney Lauren Samona earned her Bachelor of Arts in English from Oakland University in 2010. She is a Juris Doctor graduate of Wayne State University Law School, where she was recognized with the Silver Key Certificate for high academic achievement. During her law school years, Lauren concentrated her efforts on gaining insight into the criminal justice system. She worked as an intern with the Wayne County Prosecutor’s Office, as well as interned at a criminal defense firm where she assisted in the defense of individuals with criminal matters. In addition to these experiences, she also provided legal representation to Wayne County’s indigent population with elder and family law matters as a student attorney at the Free Legal Aid Clinic. Following her graduation from law school, Lauren worked as a Judicial Law Clerk to the Honorable Jennifer Callaghan at the Oakland County Probate Court.

Lauren is an expert in successfully assisting clients with their citizenship applications as well as obtaining their green cards. She has experience in immigration matters in and out of the courtroom. She is admitted to practice in Michigan and in the immigration court. With her strong academic background and courtroom experience, Lauren is determined to be a strong advocate for individuals whom are facing complex and difficult legal issues.