Bobby
Hunter ’18

“I want to empower people marginalized by the way the law often operates...”

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Bobby
Hunter ’18

“I want to empower people marginalized by the way the law often operates...”

My Pathway at a Glance

Before NYU Law

BA, Brown University

Academic Interests

Latinx Rights Scholar

Immigrant Rights

Criminal Law Reform

Beyond the Books

NYU Review of Law and Social Change

Washington Square Legal Services Bail Fund

Suspension Representation Project

Summer Work

Center for Appellate Litigation, Legal Intern

Research assistant for Professor Anthony Thompson

Federal Defenders of New York (Southern District), Legal Intern

After NYU Law

American Civil Liberties Union, Equal Justice Works Fellow (Racial Justice Program)

A Community of Scholars

“The Latinx Rights Scholarship program has been a huge source of support and strength. We sponsored events on immigration bond and bail reform, the intersection of Latinx and LGBT rights, and gentrification and policing.”

A Formative Experience

“As a student advocate for the Immigrant Rights Clinic, I had the opportunity to help individuals challenge their detention in federal court.”

3L: Making a Difference

“I worked as a student fellow for the Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law and researched disparities within the criminal legal system.”

The Washington Square Way

“I wanted a strong community of like-minded public interest students and I knew that I would be able to get that at NYU Law.”