Noa Gutow-Ellis studied history at Colby College and attended Cardozo School of Law. Noa’s work in a museum preserving oral testimonies of refugees who fled to the U.S. led her to pursue a legal career fighting against contemporary injustices facing immigrants. At Cardozo, Noa spent two years in the Immigration Justice Clinic providing direct representation to incarcerated clients in removal proceedings. She spent a summer working on a variety of removal defense cases at the Legal Aid Society. As a Katzmann Fellow at CARECEN NY, Noa will provide free legal counsel to clients on Long Island seeking immigration relief.