WASHINGTON — Ann Kim made monthly trips this year to an immigrant detention center in the Richmond, Va., area, trying to free a mentally ill Honduran man. He ended up being deported, but Kim got something out of it: more experience in the burgeoning field of immigration law.
Immigration law becoming more popular at U.S. universities
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