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Hannah Robbins is a Clinical Teaching Fellow in the Immigration Justice Clinic at the Cardozo School of Law. Before joining the clinic, Hannah worked at the Center for Appellate Litigation where she represented noncitizens in seeking post-conviction relief from New York and Bronx County convictions. Hannah graduated summa cum laude from Cardozo in 2015. During her time in law school, she was a Public Service Scholar, a member of both the Immigration Justice Clinic and the Criminal Defense Clinic, the president of Cardozo FIRE (For Immigrants’ Rights and Equality), a staff editor of the Cardozo Law Review, and interned at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project and the Immigration Practice at The Bronx Defenders. Prior to law school, Hannah worked as a paralegal at the ACLU’s Immigrants’ Rights Project. She received her B.A. from Northwestern University, where she studied Spanish and Gender Studies.