Scalia Law’s New Immigration Litigation Clinic Gives Students the Opportunity to Work on Groundbreaking Immigration Cases
Scalia Law and the Legal Aid Justice Center (LAJC) launched a new Immigration Litigation Clinic this fall. The clinic’s director is Becky Wolozin, a graduate of Harvard Law School, who started her career at LAJC in the Just Children program, focusing on the intersection of child advocacy and immigration.
This clinic is made possible through a gift from Leonard A. Bennett, a 1989 graduate of George Mason University and a 1994 graduate of the George Mason University School of Law. A trial attorney and consumer advocate since 1994, Bennett works for Consumer Litigation Associates in Newport News, Virginia, and is often quoted in The New York Times, USA Today, and The Washington Post.
“I am so grateful to Len Bennett for his generous gift, making the new Immigration Litigation Clinic possible,” said Dean Henry N. Butler. “Len’s philanthropy will profoundly influence our students and the clients they serve.”