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Q: Why did you join Tahirih’s Pro Bono Network?
A: My parents and I migrated to the United States when I was three years old. I understand the importance of gaining citizenship and feeling safe in a place one considers home. Being a pro bono attorney for Tahirih Justice Center allows me to help women gain the same sense of security I have in the United States.
Q: Share a highlight from a pro bono case with Tahirih.
A: Submitting a U visa application is not only a legal process but also a therapeutic process. My client was able to tell her story for the first time and not be doubted or told that she was at fault. My client disclosed that she felt uncomfortable speaking to friends about her continuous abuse for fear that they would judge her. My client had the chance to be heard for the very first time during our work together.
Q: How has your pro bono service impacted you?
A: My work with Tahirih reminds me of how strong women can be for themselves and their children. My client endured a life of abuse, starting with her father verbally and physically mistreating her mother. Despite years of assault, my client was willing to stand up to her abusers and seek safety for herself and her children in the United States.

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meet more pro bono partners


  • Lindsay Wright Brett
    Associate Attorney
    Baker & McKenzie LLP
    The women and children I've worked with over the years inspire me to take on new cases.
  • Alicia Balthazar, Deborah Wei, Maria A. Arboleda, & Marta Thompson
    Hogan Lovells US LLP
    Realizing the impact of the case’s outcome not just for our client but for her son, shows how these cases can be completely life changing for a family’s future.
  • Rebekah Sills
    Litigation Associate
    Kirkland & Ellis LLP
    I am a better lawyer, a better citizen, and a better person because of my work with Tahirih.