Elizabeth Fulton



Lizzie’s interest in immigration is part of a larger interest in human rights. After teaching in China for several years, she supported Chinese civil society groups at the Open Society Foundations. In law school, Lizzie has assisted low-wage immigrant workers through the Workers’ Rights Clinic and at the Legal Aid Society-Employment Law Center. She has worked on asylum and T-visa cases as part of the Immigration Law Clinic, and researched access to medical care in immigrant detention centers at Human Rights Watch. As an IJC fellow, Lizzie works on a wide range of immigration issues at UnLocal, Inc.