A recent article by the New York Law Journal profiles Robert D. McCreanor, a young HLS graduate who found a passion for public interest early in his legal career. Having recently moved to New York, he was approached by the immigrant residents of his building for help with a landlord hardly living up to his lease. Since then, he has founded the Tenant Advocacy Project with the backing of St. John’s University, as a one-man operation designed to represent recent immigrants being preyed on by their landlords. While enduring many challenges along the way, including potential bankruptcy, he now plans to leave a private career at the firm of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton and Garrison once the project becomes an official law clinic of St. John’s. To read more, please click here.