Antonia House ’15 and Annie Mathews ’14 have been named 2015 Justice Fellows by the Immigrant Justice Corps , founded by Chief Judge Robert Katzmann  of the US Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, an adjunct professor. The IJC awards fellowships for recent graduates to work with legal services providers in New York City to provide critical counsel and support for poor immigrants.
House, an Institute for International Law and Justice Scholar  who was a student in the Immigrant Rights Clinic  and has worked at Catholic Charities-New York and the Center for Constitutional Rights, is at Make the Road New York (MRNY).
Mathews, a Root-Tilden-Kern Scholar , has been a legal fellow with the ACLU and has interned at Bronx Defenders, MRNY, and the Legal Aid Society; her fellowship is with Neighborhood Defender Service of Harlem.
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