Universal Justice – Dominican Republic featured in the New York Law Journal

On Thursday, March 28th, Universal Justice’s Dominican Republic project was featured in the New York Law Journal.

To view the entire article online, visit this link to the New York Law Journal website.

An excerpt:

Kilawan, a 3L, said she was struck by the plight of a 21-year-old Dominican woman.

“This individual does have a Dominican birth certificate, but without a cedula, she cannot attend university, nor can she get legally married, nor can she apply for formal employment,” Kilawan said. “She explained that the only thing she holds on to is hope.”

UJ DR in the New York Law Journal

UJ DR in the New York Law Journal

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