Jacqueline’s desire to help others and her experience working with underrepresented communities led her to apply for a fellowship with IJC. Previously, Jacqueline assisted a legal clinic in providing greater access to legal services to low-income and indigent members of the community. Recently she worked in removal defense, assisting in the representation of clients, as well as providing support and assistance through orientation programs for pro se respondents. Jacqueline is so excited that she will be working with unaccompanied children through the ABA Immigration Justice Project and continuing to provide support to some of the most vulnerable communities.