Abigael has been an advocate for immigration reform, specifically DACA, since she was 15. She started a rally in support of DACA as a high school senior and made it her goal to become an immigration attorney. In law school, Abigael first worked for LatinoJustice PRLDEF, where she expanded her knowledge to include civil rights law. During her 2L year, she worked with MakeTheRoadNY on their DACA project. She worked for the Southern Poverty Law Center on their Southeast Immigration Freedom Initiative. During her 3L year, she worked as a student attorney at the John-Jay Legal Services Immigration Justice Clinic. As an IJC Fellows, she will be placed at at the Center for Safety and Change. Abigael is excited to continue learning, especially to learn in a courtroom and argue on the record.