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How Big Law Teamed Up to Clinch Supreme Court Dreamer Victory

July 3, 2020, Bloomberg Law

Jeffrey Davidson spoke with Bloomberg Law about his experience representing the University of California and its president pro bono in an effort to protect DACA. Mr. Davidson says the decision ensures nearly “700,000 people get to continue their lives without worrying about being thrown out of their jobs or arrested and deported.” He adds that the case had “human consequences that make it different from any case I have worked on.”

“Over the last three years, we have met so many DACA participants, and to think that as a result of this work they have a continued chance to make their lives as Americans, that is something special,” says Mr. Davidson.

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