Kathryn Moore, Immigration Law Fellow
Kate Moore assists clients with family-sponsored and employment-based temporary and permanent immigration benefits cases.
Kate focused her legal studies on public service, with an emphasis on human rights and refugee and asylum work. As a law student, she served as President of the GW Equal Justice Foundation and participated in volunteer projects within the District of Columbia and with the Student Hurricane Network in New Orleans, Louisiana. She was a member of the GW Alternative Dispute Resolution Board and she participated in the Jacob Burns Community Legal Clinics, performing client intake and conducting research on human rights projects. She has previous experience in immigration work, including research and analysis of applicable federal case law on issues concerning credibility, waivers of removal, material support bars and unlawful presence. In 2009, she wrote a paper titled “Seeking Refuge from the Refugee Regime: U.S. Asylum Law and the Plight of Gender-Based Asylum Seekers.” She serves on the Board of Directors for the Southern Regional Model United Nations Organization, an annual non-profit collegiate educational conference held in Atlanta, Georgia. She is also a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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