LSU Legal Clinic Wins Asylum Case

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Robert Lancaster, Director of the Legal Clinic at Louisiana State University Law Center, reports that the Immigration Law Clinic won an asylum case for a Kenyan national facing persecution for her religious beliefs and membership in a particular social group. Law students Bryant Harvey and Nichole Schulte represented the client in a hearing in Immigration Court in New Orleans under the supervision of Ken Mayeaux. The Clinic has only been operating for a few months, so the students’ success is that much more impressive.

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