Emily Arnold-Fernandez

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Emily Arnold-Fernandez

2007 Global Fellow
Founder of Asylum Access

Emily Arnold-Fernandez 2007 Global Fellow

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Empower refugees to assert their basic human rights and obtain legal status by providing them with access to legal counsel.


A graduate of Georgetown University Law Center, Emily Arnold-Fernandez has practiced in the areas of human rights, employment, and civil rights law on behalf of a variety of disenfranchised communities. In 2006, she received the Inspirational Young Alumna Award from her undergraduate university, Pomona College.

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  • 2007
  • Global Fellow
  • Civil & Human Rights
  • Global

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