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Immigration Advocacy Project

Immigration Advocacy Project (IAP):  IAP works towards the goal of ending family detention, and has partnered with the Feerick Center for Social Justice to coordinate and provide legal support to the CARA Pro Bono Family Detention Project, a mass-representation effort aiding refugee women and children detained at the southern U.S. border. IAP seeks to raise awareness of immigrant issues and to train law students to advocate for immigrant rights through remote appellate work. IAP also organizes panel discussions related to ongoing litigation, as well as career paths in immigration law. 

 E-mail: IAP@fordham.edu

2021-2022 Board Members

Lea Aftimos            Co-chair             

Elise Loughran       Co-chair               

Avery Wolff           Events & Programming Coordinator         

Micaela Gold        Events & Programming Coordinator        

Han Jang             Community Outreach Coordinator         

Leila Witcher       Secretary             

Gabriella Silva   Treasurer           

Grace Carney    Dilley Trip Coordinator 

Celia Goble      Graduate School of Social Work Liaison 

Julia Gordon     3L advisor           

Gabrielle Vickers  3L advisor           

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150 West 62nd Street, Lower Level,
Room LL-101, New York, NY 10023