Immigration and Human Rights Clinic

UDC Law Immigration and Human Rights Clinic client from East Africa granted asylum after nearly two years of working on her case 

On June 21, 2022, Imani*, an Immigration and Human Rights Clinic client from East Africa, was granted asylum after nearly two years of work with the clinic. Associate Dean of Clinical and Experiential Programs Lindsay M. Harris and three 2022 graduates – Delali Dagadu, Loishirl Hall and Pearl Mansu – […]

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Students in Immigration and Human Rights Clinic conduct legal orientations for Afghans living on military base

Last week, UDC Law students in the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic traveled to a military base to assist recently arrived individuals fleeing Afghanistan. First-year students Neena Qureshi ’24 and Kendra Li ’24 joined Professor and Associate Dean for Clinical and Experiential Programs Lindsay M. Harris in conducting legal orientations […]

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Immigration and Human Rights Clinic client gains asylum

On Nov. 26, Immigration and Human Rights Clinic client Liliana Pastora Rodriguez Montero and her daughter received official news that they had been granted asylum, a moment of happy news uncharacteristic of 2020. Rodriguez is a well-known Venezuelan Human Rights lawyer who has fought for marginalized communities throughout her 26-year […]

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