Taking on the system: ‘Dreamers’ are getting law degrees

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Taking on the system: ‘Dreamers’ are getting law degrees

Denia Perez, a student at Quinnipiac University School of Law, poses for a photo on the school’s North Haven, Conn., campus. Connecticut’s Judicial Branch is in the process of changing its rules to allow law students who don’t have legal residency in the U.S. to become practicing lawyers in the state. Perez, who was brought illegally to the U.S. from Mexico when she was 11 months old and who graduated this month, proposed the change.

Taking on the system: ‘Dreamers’ are getting law degrees

Denia Perez, a student at Quinnipiac University School of Law, poses for a photo on the school’s North Haven, Conn., campus. Connecticut’s Judicial Branch is in the process of changing its rules to allow law students who don’t have legal residency in the U.S. to become practicing lawyers in the state. Perez, who was brought illegally to the U.S. from Mexico when she was 11 months old and who graduated this month, proposed the change.
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