Caroline is the daughter of two immigrants. She saw how difficult the immigration process could be, and wanted to become an attorney to help people navigate the overwhelming world of immigration law. Caroline took every immigration course available at her law school, Emory Law. She also interned and externed at non-profit organizations that help non-citizens. At Caroline’s host organization, Community Legal Aid (Central West Justice Center), she will be mostly working with unaccompanied children and will get the opportunity to go before the immigration court to advocate for clients.