Joan Friedland, Esq., was Managing Attorney at the National Immigration Law Center in Washington, D.C. until July 2011. She worked for many years with non‐profits and in private practice in New Mexico and Florida, practicing primarily in the areas of civil rights, immigration and criminal law. She is a graduate of Harvard Law School and currently lives in New Mexico.
- Mexican and Central American Asylum and Credible Fear Claims: Background and Context  (May 2014)
- Turning Off the Water: How the Contracting and Transaction Provisions in Alabama’s Immigration Law Make Life Harder for Everyone  (IPC Special Report, November 2011)
- Falling Through the Cracks: How Gaps in Prosecutorial Discretion Policy Affect Immigrants Without Legal Representation  (IPC Special Report, May 2012)