Adriana Heffley (J.D. ’19), an evening student and immigration paralegal at Elliott Immigration Law, spent the first week of January working with the CARA Family Detention Pro Bono Project at the South Texas Family Detention Center in Dilley, Texas, where over a thousand women and children, many with valid claims to asylum, are detained.
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Ever since Kai Dickson (J.D. ’14) was little, she aspired to be a lawyer.
She considered becoming a real estate attorney; however an exhibit on human trafficking at an Atlanta conference changed everything.
“Now, my ultimate desire is to be a federal prosecutor in Atlanta handling human trafficking,” Dickson says.
Her recent externship with the… more »
Jeremy Citron (J.D. ’98) Fulton County Daily Report
Couple avoids tricky trial