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IRAP provides comprehensive legal representation to refugees seeking resettlement. Law students work in groups of three under the supervision of attorneys and prepare visa applications and appeals, as well as help clients negotiate resettlement and navigate the resettlement process. In addition to managing casework, students are expected to attend monthly case rounds and training seminars to gain insight from other students and practitioners. IRAP also has a policy team that works to advocate for refugees and participates in client intake for IRAP National.
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