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Interview

An Immigration Attorney on What It’s Like to Represent Small Children Taken Away From Their Parents

Alexandra Schwartz
New Yorker
June 19, 2018
Florian spoke with me by phone from her office on Tuesday morning to describe her experience working with young children who have been separated from their parents. Her account has been edited and condensed.

News Story

When ICE Tries to Deport Americans, Who Defends Them?

Steve Coll
New Yorker
March 21, 2018
For decades, U.S. citizens have been deported repeatedly, in isolated cases and en masse, due to racism and bureaucratic indifference, as well as the complexity of federal immigration laws.

Feature

How the Elderly Lose Their Rights

Rachel Aviv
New Yorker
October 4, 2017
Guardians can sell the assets and control the lives of senior citizens without their consent—and reap a profit from it.

News Story

Offering Legal Aid After Harvey

Jonathan Blitzer
New Yorker
September 5, 2017
An organization worked to bring relief to Houston residents following the disaster. It didn’t occur to them that they were victims, too.

Feature

When Should a Child be Taken From His Parents

Larissa MacFarquhar
New Yorker
August 1, 2017
In family court, judges must decide whether the risks at home outweigh the risks of separating a family.

News Story

The Front Line Against Birthright Citizenship

Jonathan Blitzer
New Yorker
September 18, 2015
Hundreds, possibly thousands, of other parents across Texas are being denied their children's birth certificate. A lawsuit is trying to stop that.

Feature

Where Are the Children?

Sarah Stillman
New Yorker
April 20, 2015
This feature piece shines a light on role of civil legal aid and immigration advocates for kids and families in detention.

News Story

Overselling the Settlement

Vauhini Vara
New Yorker
August 25, 2014
The Department of Justice settles with Bank of America over bad mortgage deals, but the settlements have a hard time covering people's needs.

Feature

The Solace of Oblivion

Jeffrey Toobin
New Yorker
September 29, 2014
Do we have the right to be forgotten on the Internet? They do in Europe, in America the reverse is true. A fascinating read on the right to privacy against freedom of speech.



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