In the Crimmigration Clinic, students work on cutting-edge issues regarding the intersection of criminal law and immigration law. Students pursuing crimmigration clinical work will be divided into teams and complete projects such as drafting appellate briefs, advising criminal defense attorneys on the potential immigration consequences of criminal charges, and drafting policy memoranda for public defender offices and other nonprofit organizations. Join us to learn more about these opportunities.
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