Last week, CAL welcomed Marianne Yang as a supervising attorney and co-director of the recently renamed Immigrant Justice Project, formerly known as the Padilla Project. Marianne brings a wealth of knowledge at the intersection of immigration and criminal law from her experience at IDP and Brooklyn Defender Services. She looks forward to working with fellow project co-director Robin Nichinsky on expanding the breadth and depth of CAL's post-conviction advocacy for clients facing immigration consequences.
The Center for Appellate Litigation is a not-for-profit law firm representing clients assigned to it by the Appellate Division, First Department and Appellate Term, First Department, in appeals and post-conviction proceedings in Manhattan and the Bronx. CAL distinguishes itself through its passionate and creative advocacy, and its highly experienced attorneys.
Client Wins Parole Release
Prosecutor agrees with CAL - no upward departure warranted; court adjudicates client a Level 1
When it comes to helping a friend or loved one in prison, the more you know about the system the better. Knowledge is power. Click here to get quick access to valuable information, downloads and links.