Before law school, Camelia was always committed to public interest work. Through her time as a student attorney at the Michigan Law Human Trafficking Clinic, she discovered a passion for immigration law. During law school, she also worked at Project South, the Civil Rights Litigation Initiative, and the University of Cape Town Refugee Rights Unit. Camelia applied for an IJC fellowship to continue advocating alongside and serving marginalized communities. As an IJC Justice Fellow, she will be working at the Nationalities Service Center, where she will represent immigrants on a wide range of affirmative and defensive cases for immigration relief.