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We would like to congratulate Esha Bhandari, CLS 2010, who is currently clerking for the Hon. Amalya L. Kearse of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit.  Bhandari was an active student in Columbia’s Human Rights clinic as well as a teaching assistant for Prof. Katherine Franke.  She was recently awarded the Equal Justice Works fellowship to work at the ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project for 2 years following her clerkship.  Her project aims to secure greater procedural due process protections for individuals with mental disabilities who are in immigration detention while facing removal proceedings.  She will use a combination of direct representation, impact litigation in the federal courts, and national advocacy to protect their rights.  Congratulations again!

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