leitner center events, Leitner Human Rights Speaker Series: Mark Doss, International Refugee Assistance Project – Developing and Enforcing a System of Refugee Rights

Leitner Human Rights Speaker Series: Mark Doss, International Refugee Assistance Project – Developing and Enforcing a System of Refugee Rights
October 30, 2018 12:30PM - 1:30PM
Location: Room 3-09, Fordham Law School, 150 W. 62nd Street, New York, NY 10023
Contact: LeitnerCenter@law.fordham.edu

Speaker: Mark Doss, Supervising Attorney at International Refugee Assistance Project

Mark Doss is a supervising attorney in IRAP’s New York office and manages the IRAP Jordan field office.  As a member of the IRAP Legal team, Mark represents refugees and Special Immigrant Visa applicants before the UN and the US Government and trains and advises hundreds of law students and lawyers on pro bono refugee cases. He also assists with IRAP’s litigation docket, including IRAP v. Trump, Darweesh v. Trump, and 9 Iraqi Allies v. Kerry.  He is currently an Adjunct Professor for CUNY School of Law’s Immigrant and Non-Citizen Rights’ Clinic.

Mark graduated magna cum laude from Brown University with a B.S. in Applied Mathematics-Economics and a B.A. in Africana Studies. He graduated cum laude from Georgetown Law and was also awarded a Certificate in Refugee and Humanitarian Emergencies. Mark was a staff member of The Georgetown Law Journal and an Executive Editor of the Annual Review of Criminal Procedure. After law school, he clerked for the Honorable James G. Carr in the Northern District of Ohio. He then completed an Equal Justice Works Fellowship at IRAP.




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