Mauricio Noroña
Director of the Immigration Rights Advocacy Clinic and Assistant Clinical Professor of Law

Mauricio  Noroña


B.A., Baruch College
J.D., City University of New York School of Law 

Mauricio Noroña has joined Touro Law as a Clinical Assistant Professor of Law and Director of the school's Immigration Rights Advocacy Clinic. Previously, he served as a Visiting Clinical Assistant Professor of Law at Cardozo Law's Kathryn O. Greenberg Immigration Justice Clinic, where he supervised students in handling complex individual and impact cases. Additionally, he led significant immigration policy advocacy projects and took part in class-action lawsuits. Before his time at Cardozo, Professor Noroña worked as the supervising attorney at the African Services Committee (ASC), overseeing a team dedicated to providing comprehensive legal assistance to hundreds of immigrants and asylum seekers in New York City. He earned his J.D. from CUNY School of Law in 2010 and was recognized as a Haywood Burns Fellow in Civil and Human Rights during his time there. His research focuses primarily on immigration enforcement.

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