Immigration Clinic: Testimonials

  • Briana Perez, Class of '17

    The Immigration Clinic is truly the most rewarding project I have undertaken as a law student, and the opportunities the clinic program gives to students can't be overstated.

  • Leah Glowacki, Class of '16

    Doing everything from advocating for the release of families from detention to preparing asylum cases and engaging in interesting research motivated me to pursue a career defending immigrant's rights.

  • Jasmine Grant, Class of '16

    Although we didn't get the results we wanted, the advocacy experience we received was invaluable.

  • Sofia Meissner, Class of '15

    I very much enjoyed the many opportunities for collaboration as well as forming a relationship with our client.

  • Alejandra Avila, Class of '14

    ...the Immigration Clinic better prepared me for the real world and made me a more qualified professional.

  • Adriana Corral, Class of '13

    When I signed up for the Immigration Clinic, I had no idea that I would find my calling there.

  • Alissa Parsley, Class of '12

    For the first time, I felt like not only was I making a difference in the lives of real people, but I was collaborating and learning from others who would remain my colleagues and friends for the rest of my life.

  • Amelia Ruiz Fischer, Class of '12

    Working directly with underserved and vulnerable people who desperately needed our help both filled me with purpose and reminded me why I went to law school in the first place.

  • Stephanie Taylor, Class of '10

    The Immigration Clinic places students at the epicenter of the fight for human rights in the U.S.

  • Keneshia Washington, Class of '10

    My experience in the Clinic challenged my core beliefs regarding my purpose as an attorney. Yet, when I finished my third semester in the Clinic I was certain that I wanted to practice immigration law.