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Immigrants’ Rights Clinic Celebrates Its 10 year Anniversary
Congratulations to the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic on celebrating 10 years of legal services, cutting-edge litigation, and excellent teaching at Stanford Law School! The Clinic marked the occasion on November 5, 2015 with panels featuring clinic alumni and a conversation between Clinic Director Jayashri Srikantiah and Lucas Guttentag, Senior Counselor at the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services.Read More Here
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Clinic Receives CLAY award
Congratulations to the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic and Professor Jayashri Srikantiah, recipients of the CLAY (California Lawyer Attorney of the Year) award for 2014 from California Lawyer magazine! Along with others, the IRC was recognized for its work establishing rights to bond release hearings for immigrants detained for more than six months. With the ACLU, the IRC has been litigating the prolonged detention issue in the Ninth Circuit for many years, through individual cases as well as Rodriguez v. Robbins, a long-standing class action suit for which the U.S. District Court issued a summary judgment ruling requiring automatic bond hearings as soon as immigrants reach six months of detention. Many terrific students have worked on this project over the years, including Michael Kaufman (JD ’07), who has now gone on to work at the ACLU as a lawyer on Rodriguez.