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Life changing work of Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic featured in Times-News

The article spotlights the assistance of Elon Law students on behalf of a family from Afghanistan fleeing persecution and threats from al-Qaida for their work as translators for a medical organization.

Elon Law student Morgan Leigh Furman provides commentary in a Sept. 23 Times-News feature article about the life changing work of Elon Law's Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic. 

The Times-News notes that the clinic has assisted more than 1,300 people from 47 countries since it began operations in 2010.

Law student Morgan Leigh Furman, a member of the Class of 2016, comments about the value of the clinic in the Times-News.

“This clinic is a great place to work, just from an emotional standpoint,” Furman said. “It’s so humbling and rewarding to meet people who’ve been through the worst things you can imagine and still have such a positive outlook on the world.”

Read the complete Times-News feature story about Elon Law’s Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic here.

Learn more about the Humanitarian Immigration Law Clinic at Elon Law here.


Philip Craft,
9/23/2014 12:30 PM