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Part-time Faculty N-Z

Keren Zwick

Title/s: Supervising Attorney, National Immigrant Justice Center

Phone: 312.660.1364

E-mail: kzwick@heartlandalliance.org

About

Keren Zwick is the supervising staff attorney for the National Immigrant Justice Center's project on LGBT rights. Prior to joining NIJC, Keren was a staff law clerk for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, where she worked on appeals involving issues such as employment discrimination, immigration, criminal law, and civil rights. During law school Keren served as the Executive Editor for Columbia's Journal of Transnational Law and participated in the Sexuality and Gender Law Clinic. Keren spent her summers working at the Public Defender Service for the District of Columbia, Legal Aid Society's Appellate Division, and Allen & Overy LLP.

Contact address:
National Immigrant Justice Center
208 South LaSalle Street, Suite 1818
Chicago, Illinois 60604 

Degrees

B.A., with honors, University of Chicago, 2004
J.D., with honors, Columbia Law School, 2009

Program Areas

Advocacy 

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