Julio Colby is a student at Harvard Law School in the Class of 2024 interested in immigrant and worker’s rights. He is also a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. During the summer of 2022, he will be working at a legal aid in Nashville, Tennessee representing migrant farmworkers in the Southeastern United States.
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