The government announced the appointment of Dianna Michelle Martínez Soler (Justice Fellow ‘17) as an immigration judge.
What We Do
IJC awards promising, committed new lawyers and college graduates with two-year Fellowships, providing an unprecedented entry point into the field of immigration law.
Our Fellows join proven host organizations – with established connections to underrepresented communities – where they can make a difference for immigrants in greatest need of legal services.
We train our Fellows to become experts in immigration law, providing comprehensive skills development and sharing practices across a powerful network of partner organizations and alumni.
Become a Fellow
For recent law school graduates and clerks: Build expertise in immigration law and represent immigrants in removal defense, affirmative asylum and other matters.
For recent college graduates: Become partially accredited representatives and represent clients in matters before the Department of Homeland Security.