Stanford Immigration & Human Rights Law Association (SIHRLA) is dedicated to advancing the interests of immigrants within and seeking entry to the United States, and the fundamental rights of communities around the globe. SIHRLA works to connect Stanford Law students with opportunities to learn and practice law that advances the rights of people on the move throughout the world, whether they be international refugees, internally displaced persons, or other victims of persecution. To these ends, SIHRLA is excited to welcome back the International Human Rights and Conflict Resolution Clinic to campus and to continue its partnership with the Immigrants’ Rights Clinic and pro bonos focused on the rights of migrants: the Immigration Pro Bono Project, the Stanford International Refugee Project, and the Naturalization Pro Bono Project.
Immigration and Human Rights Law at SLS
Co-Presidents – Immigration
Co-Presidents – Human Rights
Ana Cutts Dougherty