Emilie’s commitment to immigration legal services comes from the impact immigration law has had on her family as well as its potential to promote global equality and justice. Prior to law school, Emilie worked in tenant and consumer rights, and while in law school, her activities have included expunging criminal records, supporting war crimes litigation, and representing asylum-seekers. Emilie has also interned with Reprieve, assisting with the non-profit’s international anti-death penalty work, and with Human Rights Watch, conducting research and analysis on atrocity crimes accountability. With Immigrant Justice Corps, Emilie will work at Building One Community in Stamford, Connecticut to provide asylum and removal defense services.