• Brooke Menschel '11 is a litigator at the New York Civil Liberties Union. "The clinic taught me how to be a lawyer," she says.
  • Clement Lee '11 works as a detention staff attorney at Immigration Equality. He represents LGBT asylum-seekers in immigration court.
  • Lynly S. Egyes '09 is an attorney at The Sex Workers Project at the Urban Justice Center. In the clinic, she worked on a FOIA lawsuit about immigration home raids.
  • Nyasa Hickey '11 is an attorney at Brooklyn Defender Services, where she represents non-citizen criminal defense clients.
  • Students Testify on NYC Deportation

    Students in the Immigration Justice Clinic work with clients as well as on public policy advocacy.
  • Prof. Peter Markowitz on NYC Detention and Deportation

    Professor Peter Markowitz discusses NYC's immigrant detention and deportation policies.

Faculty:

Peter L. Markowitz, Clinical Associate Professor, Director

Katie Tinto, Clinical Assistant Professor

Andrea Saenz, Clinical Teaching Fellow

Tom Fritzsche, Clinical Teaching Fellow

About Us:

Since its inception six years ago, the Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic has made national headlines for its advocacy work in immigration reform. The clinic responds to the vital need today for quality legal representation for indigent immigrants facing deportation, while also providing students with invaluable hands-on lawyering experience. It represents immigrants facing deportation before federal immigration authorities and in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and represents immigrant community-based organizations on litigation and advocacy projects.  The work of the Immigration Justice Clinic is generously supported by The JPB Foundation.