Frances Dávila


Frances Dávila received her J.D. from New York University School of Law and her Bachelor of Science in Foreign Service from Georgetown University. After graduating from college, she taught ESL and developed college access initiatives for undocumented youth. Frances has interned at Atlas: DIY, the Immigration Unit at Brooklyn Defender Services, The Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project and The Defender Association in Seattle. As a law student, she co-founded the NYU Law Immigrant Rights Project and was a Student Advocate in the Immigrant Rights Clinic for two years. Frances is an NYU School of Law Latinx Rights Scholar, Derrick Bell Scholar for Public Service and a recipient of the Law Alumni of Color Association Convocation Prize for Clinical Service. She is a current Immigrant Justice Corps Fellow.