Courtnie Gore, Legal Fellow, Refugee & Immigrant Program


Courtnie Gore serves as the Equal Justice Works Legal Fellow in The Advocates' Refugee & Immigrant Program. advocating for unaccompanied minors seeking aslyum in the United States.

Gore is a native of Richmond, Virginia; an alumna of the College of William and Mary; and a graduate of the Mitchell Hamline School of Law. While in law school, she worked as a judicial intern for the Honorable Margaret M. Marrinan, Ramsey County District Court, Minnesota. She also worked in Equatorial Guinea as an associate for Centurion LLP, an international law firm and business advisory in West Africa that specializes in both corporate and legislative matters of law.

Gore was a member of Jessup International Moot Court; an intern at the Tunheim Communications firm; a legal intern for the Naitonal Association for the Advancement of Colored People; and a legal consultant for Mano A Mano International, a Minnesota-based non-profit organizaiton dedicated to the progression of the country of Bolivia.