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Catherine Glazer

U.S. Attorney

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About Catherine Glazer

Catherine Glazer is a U.S. attorney who focuses primarily on U.S. immigration, international law and human rights.

Prior to joining our team, Catherine was based in Chicago, where she worked on corporate, employment-based immigration matters. She was also a consultant ​​​​for the International Organization for Migration and a fellow at the Nansen Initiative for people displaced across borders (hosted by the United Nations) in Geneva, Switzerland.

Catherine has also represented low-income clients on a variety of immigration matters in the University of Michigan Law School’s clinical program. Furthermore, she worked for the United States Department of Justice Civil Rights Division to prevent discrimination and promote access to language resources in federally funded institutions.

During law school, Catherine was awarded the Dean’s Public Service Award for her dedication to the public interest and chosen by the faculty as the single recipient of the Hessel E. Yntema Award for her excellence in international and comparative law.

She speaks French, Spanish and Portuguese.

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