Insights: Publications Meeting Our Clients in Immigration Detention Opened Our Eyes
Several Atlanta lawyers from Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton flew to Miami last month to meet with clients who aren’t like the businesspeople the firm typically represents. Through the firm’s pro bono program, they are working for Somalis whom the United States attempted to deport, only to have Somalia refuse their reentry.
Please click here, to read two of their stories.
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