Emily Abraham has worked for underrepresented and low-income clients for years. Currently a third-year at Northeastern University Law School, she believes that advocacy is a natural means for her to continue her passion. Before law school, she was a paralegal at a small immigration law firm in San Francisco engaged primarily in defense of noncitizen clients and family law. Emily has extensive experience working with victims of domestic violence. As a certified domestic violence counselor, she incorporates her understanding of family law with immigration law to find immigration relief for individuals in crisis. Emily obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology from University of California, Davis summa cum laude.
Articles in the National Law Review database by Emily Abraham