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GUEST BLOG: Catholic University Law Students Win Asylum Case...23 Years in the Making

By Ana Victoria Perez and Elmer Martin Uribe, Student Attorneys with the CUA Immigration Litigation Clinic

“Asylum has been granted. Congratulations.” Those are the magic words that Judge David Crosland uttered on the morning of April 21, 2014. 1,490 more words

The Greatest Honour

Recently, I was bestowed the greatest honour. I wanted to practice law, because of one case in particular.

It changed my life. Little did I know, I would be asked to, in essence, take over the whole case. 315 more words

My transition to the Gift Economy

Hi Michael here, as scary and crazy as it seems I am a firm believer in the Gift Economy. I know deep within that it is the only viable option for the sustained survival of the human species on Planet Earth- 197 more words

Questions Of Life

Hogar Naturalization Workshop

It is that time again – time for the next HOGAR Naturalization Workshop.  At this workshop, we will be utilizing the revised N-400 form and anticipate needing more volunteers than usual to make this happen!  130 more words

Legal Pro Bono

Human trafficking event offers lawyer training, credit

A unique opportunity presents itself to attorneys this Friday and Saturday—the free chance to learn about human trafficking and perhaps to get some credit doing it. 243 more words

Legal Events

Are All Lawyers Agents of Social Change?

Wide-eyed, hopeful, a little bit scared, and with big dreams to change the world. That’s how many of us enter law school. In short order, real life swoops in and your dreams begin to be eroded until they’re a little bit more in line with “reality.” If you’re in law school, and feeling this way, stop yourself right now! 346 more words