Sarah Sherman-Stokes is a clinical instructor and law lecturer at Boston University School of Law. Ms. Sherman-Stokes teaches Immigration Law and is the associate director of the Immigrants’ Rights & Human Trafficking Program, where she teaches seminars on Core Lawyering Skills and Advanced Trial Advocacy and supervises students representing newly arrived unaccompanied children facing deportation, refugees fleeing human rights abuses, and other vulnerable immigrants in court and administrative proceedings. Previously, Ms. Sherman-Stokes was an Equal Justice Works Fellow at the Political Asylum/Immigration Representation (PAIR) Project where she represented noncitizens in removal proceedings, with a special focus on the representation of detained, mentally ill refugees. Ms. Sherman-Stokes’ scholarship explores the intersections of immigration law and mental health and disability, as well as the interactions between immigration and the criminal justice system. Her prior scholarship has been published in the Hastings Law Journal and the Villanova Law Review. Ms. Sherman-Stokes graduated cum laude from Boston College Law School, where she was the recipient of a Public Service Scholarship.