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USC International Human Rights Clinic student attorneys Matt Saria, ’19, Ashley De Vance, ’19, Bettina Tiangco, ’19 and Natalia Da Silva, ’19 worked in partnership with the International Refugee Assistance Project to file motions for class certification and summary judgment in U.S. district court in the northern district of CA to reverse the unprecedented mass denial of refugee status by the Department of Homeland Security to approximately 87 Iranian religious minorities who had fled to Austria and applied for resettlement into the United States through the Vienna based Lautenberg-Specter program established by Congress in the 1990s and early 2000s.

Read the full story in the Los Angeles Times.