Brandon’s work with various immigration nonprofits, including with detained asylum seekers at the ABA Commission on Immigration, led him to go to law school to better combat the systemic injustices of the U.S. immigration system. During law school, Brandon interned with CAIR Coalition representing detained asylum seekers in bond hearings; Immigrant Legal Services working on asylum cases; and RAICES where he contributed to research on punitive immigration detention conditions and assisted in FTCA litigation efforts on behalf of separated families. As an IJC fellow, Brandon will be returning to RAICES to work on its impact litigation and federal appellate caseload.