Lecture gives voice to noncitizen abuse survivors

Krystal Rodriguez-Campos, director of the judicial immigration clinic at the College of Law, discusses “Advocating for the Voiceless: Noncitizen Survivors of Violence” Tuesday in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room. The clinic gives law students the opportunity to volunteer and get hands-on experience with filing cases for immigrants seeking asylum. / photo by Litsy Tellez
Krystal Rodriguez-Campos, director of the judicial immigration clinic at the College of Law, discusses “Advocating for the Voiceless: Noncitizen Survivors of Violence” on Tuesday in the Quay Davis Executive Board Room. The clinic gives law students the opportunity to volunteer and get hands-on experience with filing cases for immigrants seeking asylum. / photo by Litsy Tellez

Litsy Tellez is a junior photography major and a staff photographer for the Campus Times and La Verne Magazine.

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