Prior to law school, Emily worked in Lebanon strengthening relationships between refugee and host communities. In law school, Emily was a member of UC Irvine Law’s Immigrant Rights Clinic, representing immigrants detained in the US. She also worked with Al Otro Lado’s Border Rights Project meeting with immigrants in Tijuana who were preparing to seek asylum in the U.S. Emily holds a master’s degree in Migration Studies from the University of Oxford, and a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs from the George Washington University. As an IJC Fellow with CAIR, Emily will provide direct representation through CAIR’s detained adult program.