Isaac is passionate about universal representation, and has served immigrant communities as an educator and advocate. Before law school, he taught Spanish to Haitian migrants in the Dominican Republic through a Princeton in Latin America Fellowship. Upon returning to the U.S., he defended immigrants and their families as a Department of Justice Accredited Representative in New York. As a student at Georgetown University Law Center, he represented an asylum seeker before Baltimore immigration court, and he has assisted affirmative asylum seekers as an intern at Human Rights First. Isaac will be representing unaccompanied children at the Door’s Legal Services Center.