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Archive for December, 2018


2018 in Review: Calling Everyone

December 29, 2018

We know transforming the law and justice is a team effort. It’s called movement-building for a reason: our work, our words, our convictions have to move hearts and minds in the direction of change. We’ve gathered some of our favorite moments of our community working towards change–together.   JUSTICE AT WORK When the crisis of immigrants, […]

INRC Wins Asylum for Woman Fleeing Domestic Violence

December 28, 2018

By Katherine Dennis, Andrea Natalie, and Andrea Velasquez The Immigrant and Non-Citizens Rights Clinic (INRC) is delighted to share the asylum victory of Ms. J, a longtime client and survivor of domestic violence. She won her case before the New York City Immigration Court and is now able to safely remain in the United States with […]

2018 in Review: What We’ve Done

December 28, 2018

 Progressive scholarship, published opinions, and online networking are hallmarks of our faculty members. We’re proud to hire law professors who are activists, researchers, organizers, scholars, and grassroots leaders in their own right. 2018 was a year that forced us to engage more deeply, read more widely, and speak more clearly. And our faculty helped us […]

2018 in Review: What We’ve Won

December 28, 2018

The past year brought a groundswell of grassroots organizing, community-led advocacy, and hard-fought victories to the forefront of national consciousness. 2018 challenged us to find new ways to show up for one another and dared us to stay focused and driven through all the noise. It’s no surprise our network of activists, organizers, advocates, and […]

In the Balance: Kary Moss

December 4, 2018

Kary Moss, a class of ’88 graduate, is laser-focused on democracy. She led the ACLU of Michigan when the Flint water crisis seeped into public consciousness, supporting grassroots organizing in its most fundamental form. She worked alongside RBG as a staff attorney for the Justice’s Women’s Rights Project. And now she has returned to NYC as the […]

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