Accessing Justice for
New York Immigrants

Panelists discussed two emerging initiatives with the potential for transforming the quality of justice for New York immigrants: the New York Immigrant Family Unity Project and the Immigrant Justice Corps. 

Hosted by the Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic



 Event Highlights: 

"When an immigrant is inadequately represented, their odds of prevailing are just 3% -- when they have access to competent representation, their odds of prevailing increase by 1,000%" 

- Angela Fernandez, Executive Director, Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights


"NYC had an immigration representation crisis -- a vast number of immigrants with valid legal claims were held back because they could not afford a competent lawyer." 

- Peter L. Markowitz, Professor & Director of the Immigration Justice Clinic,
Cardozo School of Law

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