LLM candidate featured in “An Immigration Lawyer Has Launched a Website to Help People From Banned Countries Reach the U.S.” — Slate

February 14, 2017 | By Kylie Larkin — Pepperdine LLM candidate Sarah Brunet is featured in a Slate article titled, “An Immigration Lawyer Has Launched a Website to Help People From Banned Countries Reach the U.S.”  Brunet is an immigration attorney at Brunet Law and Mediation in Los Angeles.

Excerpt via Slate:

An immigration lawyer has built a website that aims to help visa-holders seeking to travel to the U.S. from countries named in Donald Trump’s travel ban. The site, called “Track the Ban,” asks people who have tried—successfully or not—to buy tickets and board airplanes bound for the U.S. to anonymously fill out a questionnaire about which airlines they used and which airports they tried to fly out of. The creator of the site, Sarah Brunet, who has been helping travelers at LAX in Los Angeles since Saturday, said the goal of the site is to generate up-to-date lists of “green routes” that people from the seven countries affected by the ban can consult as they look for “a good route by which to go home.”

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