Former Ambassador Helps Immigrants as Pro Bono Attorney

Categories: Feature, Legal Network, Volunteering
By Daniel Clune Working with Catholic Charities representing undocumented immigrants on a pro bono basis has given me the opportunity to use my legal skills to assist good people contributing to the growth of our country. Prior to joining the U.S. Foreign Service in 1985, I practiced law for 10 years in Chicago in the …

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Journey from Immigrant Teen to Business Leader Aided by Mentors

Categories: Clinical Services, Education and Employment, Feature
The 1980s were a turbulent time in El Salvador. Consumed by a civil war, thousands of innocent civilians we terrorized by the unrest. It was no different for Omar Martinez. As a boy, Martinez and his family fled from their home in hopes of finding sanctuary in other parts of the country. But by the …

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