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Andrade Legal
3775 Cassia St.
P.O. Box 2109
Boise, ID 83701

Tel: (208) 342-5100
Fax: (208) 342-5101

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Wednesday
Jan042017

Times-News reports on AL organized community meetings

Times News article: “Community Members Prepare for Trump Presidency” discusses the second of now 7 community meetings that Andrade Legal has been invovled in convening. Read the article here.

Wednesday
Jan042017

Boise Weekly on Idaho Response to Election

This short article comments upon Boise community response to immigration concerns after the persidential election with a short quote from Maria Andrade.  Article is here.  

Wednesday
Jan042017

Maria Andrade on Idaho Reports - Immigration Post-Election

Maria Andrade talks at ~3mins on this week’s Idaho Reports about immigration post election.

http://idahoptv.org/idreports/

Thursday
Mar032016

Nathaniel Damren quoted by PBS Newshour Report on Family Detention

Kathleen McCleary, Reporter’s notebook: Dispute simmers at border detention center over … crayons, PBS Newshour, August 25, 2014.

In August of 2014, Andrade Legal attorneys responded to the call for volunteer attorneys and legal workers to represent Central American refguees arriving at the southern border and held in a remote detention facility in Artesia, New Mexico. National reports of the highly controversial move of detaining asylum seekers, particularly women and children were widespread.  In this report, accompanied by a program on PBS Newshour television show, volunteer Andrade Legal attorney is quoted on one seemingly minor incident that reflected the environment in which the asylum seekers were held.  Read, the article here.

Thursday
Mar032016

Maria Andrade quoted in NYT Magazine: The Shame of Family Detention

In the summer and fall of 2014, AL attorneys Maria Andrade, Ben Stein, Nathaniel Damren and former paralegal, Yadira Juarez each worked with women and children fleeing violence in Central America at a family detention facility in Artesia, New Mexico.  This feature article focuses upon family detention with a quote from Maria Andrade.