Emily Good, Staff Attorney, Research Education & Advocacy
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Emily Good works on educational tools and materials to support volunteer attorneys representing asylum seekers. She also supports The Advocates for Human Rights’ partnership with the Immigration Advocates Network. Good was previously the director of The Advocates’ Refugee & Immigrant Program, and has more than ten years of immigration law practice experience, representing asylum seekers in all stages of the process.

She is an adjunct professor co-teaching the Immigration & Human Rights Law Clinic at the University of Minnesota Law School. She is one of the co-authors of The Advocates' report Moving From Exclusion to Belonging: Immigrant Rights in Minnesota Today. Additionally, Ms. Good regularly speaks about asylum law and immigration issues generally to attorneys and community groups. She is a graduate of the University of Minnesota Law School and the University of Iowa.

Publications
Moving from Exclusion to Belonging: Immigrant Rights in Minnesota Today. Minneapolis, MN: The Advocates for Human Rights, 2014. Written by Michele Garnett McKenzie, Milena Gebremeskel, Emily Good, Sarah Herder, Madeline Lohman, and Amy Schroeder Ireland