I have been hired to be an adjunct professor of law at Brooklyn Law School. I will be teaching Immigration Workshop: Deportation Defense beginning in January. The class will meet one night a week, so it will not interfere with my law practice. This is a course that I developed on my own.
In creating this course, I’ve tried to create a class that teaches students how to actually practice immigration law. I’m very excited about teaching at Brooklyn Law School. This is going to be my first time teaching an actual class at a law school. Last year, I was an adjunct professor at Fordham University School of Law. However, my position at Fordham didn’t involve teaching in a classroom. I was a clinical professor at the Immigrant Rights and Access to Justice Clinic.