NYU School of Law

Immigrant Rights Clinic

New York Law Journal


Few lawyers can claim their work directly prompted the U.S. Solicitor General's Office to admit it misrepresented facts before the U.S. Supreme Court. Students in New York University School of Law's Immigrant Rights Clinic, however, can lay claim to that boast, after their Freedom of Information Act request led to the federal government backing off its claim that it helps facilitate the return of deported immigrants who win their appeal.

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  • JW

    Nancy and Alina are wonderful! They are a huge asset to NYU and the immigrant rights movement.

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