Before law school, Sadie had a seven-year career dedicated to advancing systemic change for immigrants in New York City, first at the City Bar Justice Center and later at the NYC Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice. Throughout law school, she continued her advocacy through a range of direct services and impact litigation during her internships at Make the Road New York, the Bronx Defenders, the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project, and the Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic. As an IJC fellow, Sadie will work at NYLAG, where she will represent immigrants on various forms of immigration and federal relief.