Mauricio Noroña is a Clinical Teaching Fellow in the Immigration Justice Clinic at the Cardozo School of Law. Before joining the clinic, Mauricio was a supervising attorney at African Services Committee, where he led a team providing comprehensive legal services to immigrants and asylum seekers in New York City. At the African Services Committee, Mauricio coordinated response strategies to emergent legal challenges in immigration law, helped develop an aggressive post-order practice and expanded the organization’s community and social media legal education outreach. Mauricio received his J.D. from CUNY School of Law in 2010. While at CUNY, Mauricio was a Haywood Burns Fellow in Civil and Human Rights, and he participated in the International Women’s Human Rights Clinic, where he provided research and analysis for expert testimony presented before the Inter-American Commission on Human-Rights in Campo Algodonero v. The United Mexican States.
Clinical Teaching Fellow
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