Adjunct Professor Michael Wildes '89 appeared on MSNBC Live with Alex Witt to discuss children as young as three years old appearing in court without a parent or representation:

“Historically, immigration has been a civil remedy, so you’re not entitled to an attorney as you would be in a criminal proceeding. They will give you a list of legal counsel you can reach out to if you want to, but imagine giving a three- or a five-year-old a list of lawyers.”

Immigration Lawyer Michael Wildes on Children in the Courts at the Border