After obtaining a Master’s degree from Georgetown’s School of Foreign Service, Grace spent years working with refugees and internally displaced persons across the Middle East. She went to law school because she wanted to address the shortcomings of the global migrant protection regime. Throughout her legal education and work experiences with immigration advocacy organizations, Grace focused on the lack of legal representation in the American domestic immigration system. As an IJC Fellow at the Capital Area Immigrants’ Rights Coalition, she will work on an exciting new universal representation model for immigrants in removal proceedings in Maryland.