Cadwalader is collaborating with Goldman Sachs on the launch of a pro bono Immigration Clinic. The joint effort brings together Cadwalader and Goldman Sachs attorneys and staff to provide eligible undocumented immigrants with the opportunity to apply for lawful permanent residency.
“We’re excited about establishing this important program with a valued and long-standing client like Goldman Sachs,” said Cadwalader’s Managing Partner Pat Quinn. “We are committed to working with like-minded clients on pro bono initiatives that provide communities in need with access to legal assistance and representation.”
Cadwalader’s Black & Latino Association Immigration Clinic is celebrating its second anniversary, marking another successful year of helping marginalized and vulnerable immigrants obtain legal status in the United States. Led by founder/director Osvaldo Garcia and supervising partner Jason Halper, the Immigration Clinic empowers Cadwalader attorneys and other experts to review cases involving undocumented immigrants.
Adam Blakemore, Catherine Richardson
Jean Bertrand, Pamela Landman, Brian McGovern, Paul Mourning, Sejin Park, Linda Swartz
Jean Bertrand, Mark Howe, Jason Schwartz, Gary Silverstein, Linda Swartz, Edward Wei
Jodi Avergun is speaking at this ACI event on January 30 in Washington, DC.