Farrin Anello   

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Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor

  • Degrees:

  • J.D., Yale Law School B.S., Yale University
  • Contact:

  • Farrin.Anello@shu.edu
  • Tel:  973-642-8700
  • SSRN Site link
  • Courses:

  • Immigrants’ Rights/International Human Rights Clinic

Farrin Anello is a Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor in the Center for Social Justice, where she teaches in the Immigrants’ Rights/International Human Rights Clinic and the Latin America Rule of Law Program. Her teaching, practice, and scholarship focus on immigration, detention, civil rights, and human rights. Professor Anello is chair of the New York City Bar Association Immigration and Nationality Law Committee

Before coming to Seton Hall, Professor Anello was a Lecturer and Supervising Attorney at the University of Miami School of Law Immigration Clinic, where she supervised students on immigration cases, federal litigation, international human rights litigation, and community-based advocacy. She has also worked as a Skadden Fellow at the American Civil Liberties Union Immigrants' Rights Project and a litigation associate at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLC. She clerked for Judge Janet C. Hall of the U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut and Judge Denise Cote of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Professor Anello is a Director of the Refugee Reunification Project Fund, which provides travel grants to reunite asylees and their families. She serves on the Federal Bar Council Public Service Committee, the New York City Bar Association Council on International Affairs, and several working groups seeking to improve access to immigration legal services in New Jersey.

Professor Anello attended Yale College and Yale Law School, where she received the Charles G. Albom Prize for appellate advocacy in connection with her clinical work and was an editor for the Yale Law Journal.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

LAW REVIEW ARTICLES


Due Process and Temporal Limits on Mandatory Immigration Detention, 65 HASTINGS L.J. 363 (2014)