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Day, evening classes cancelled, buildings closed
Due to the snow storm, all day and evening classes are cancelled today, Monday, Feb. 8. The Stuart Street building, library, and all administrative offices are closed.

2/24/09 Immigration Law Project Discussion

A panel of student-speakers shared their experiences working with Professor Dina Francesca Haynes on Immigration Projects.

Ongoing and Past Projects Include:

  • Refugee and Asylum Assistance: 1) amicus brief in Matter of A-T- which overturned a lower court decision on FGM, 2) work with Bingham McCutchen on a Tibet asylum case, 3) Liberian girls returned to Ghanaian refugee camps, 4) religious persecution asylum application
  • Human Trafficking Assistance: work with the Massachusetts Human Trafficking Task Force on the 2008 Reauthorization of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act
  • Internships in Refugee and Human Rights Law: 1) migrant labor and human rights in Zacatecas, Mexico, 2) UNHCR in Malta, 3) refugee resettlement in Kenya

 Student speakers:

  • Erin Brown, class of 2009
  • Olya Chervatyuk, class of 2011
  • Mary Chicorelli, class of 2011
  • Ellen Houseal, class of 2009
  • Stephanie Kul, class of 2009
  • Rochelle Meddoff, class of 2010
  • Angela Santoro, class of 2009
  • Mark Scioladone, class of 2009
  • Victoria Turner, class of 2010
  • Susan Walton, class of 2008, CLSR fellow

For more information, contact CLSR Fellow Susie Walton by email or at (617) 422-7434, or Professor Dina Haynes
 



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