Julia Pham, ‘15
Associate Attorney, WMR Immigration Law Group
Working in the Immigration Law and Human Rights Clinic was the best experience of my law school career. I received excellent instruction and guidance from knowledgeable professors, and I was taught the exact skills that I use every day as an immigration attorney. Read more...
The Immigration Law and Human Rights Pathway is designed as a guided curriculum that will provide you with the lawyering skills of a civil litigator along with a substantive background in immigration law, civil rights, and international human rights. Immigration attorneys practice not only before administrative agencies, but also the federal circuit courts for immigration appeals. Students who elect this concentration will hone their skills in legal research, writing and oral advocacy that can be used in a variety of practice settings, including non-profit organizations, NGOs, government agencies, solo and small to mid-size boutique firms.
Professors Kristina Campbell, Rafael Cox-Alomar and John Brittain
Community Service/Summer Fellowships/Externships
UDC-DCSL has extensive connections with non-profit organizations and governmental agencies in the DC metropolitan region that provide students with the opportunity to spend a semester actually working in their chosen fields. The following are some examples of relevant placements students have obtained with outside organizations and agencies: