Scalia Law School and the Legal Aid Justice Center Launch Immigration Litigation Clinic
Clinic Director and graduate of Harvard Law School, Becky Wolozin, started her career at the Legal Aid Justice Center (LAJC) in the Just Children program, focusing on the intersection of child advocacy and immigration. Under her direction, the Immigration Litigation Clinic offers students the opportunity to gain translatable skills and valuable perspectives on immigration law, specifically the deportation process and habeas corpus litigation. The Clinic is currently representing Central American asylum seekers.
“Clinical work represents such a formative experience in law school, and it is an honor and a pleasure to be a part of that for law students at the beginning of their legal careers,” said Ms. Wolozin. “Not only will the students in this clinic get incredible legal experience, they will also gain important and profound human experience helping those fighting for the right to exist and be together with their families.”