Levin College of Law

Anastacia Greene

Immigration Clinical Fellow

Mailing Address:
PO Box 117626
Gainesville, FL 32611-7626

Phone:
352-273-0717

About

Anastacia Greene is an Immigration Clinical Fellow with the Intimate Partner Violence Assistance Clinic (IPVAC) at the Levin College of Law. She previously served as the Supervising Attorney at John Marshall Law School’s Pro Bono Clinic, where she taught seminars on foreclosure law, transgender law, and litigation practices. Greene has focused her legal career in the public interest sector, and has worked as an attorney representing low-income clients with legal aid agencies.

Education

J.D., Washington & Lee University School of Law
B.A., Westminster College

Teaching and Scholarship

Immigration Clinic; Immigration Law

Professional Activities

Member of the Illinois and North Carolina Bar

Courses

Immigration Clinic - LAW6940
  • The immigration clinic is one of our newest clinics. Students working in the clinic provide low income immigrants assistance with affirmative humanitarian immigration petitions. Clinic Students also work with a in house Social Worker to ensure that clients have access to mental health services and other advocacy services. Immigration students join injunction students for weekly case review meetings and jointly participate in orientation at the beginning of the term. Immigration Clinical Fellow Anastacia Greene teaches the clinic. Clinic students earn 6 credits.

Publications

  • The Campaign to Make Ecocide an International Crime: Quixotic Quest or Moral Imperative?, 30 Fordham Envtl. L. Rev. 1 (2019). [SSRN]
  • Case Summary: People v. Bonilla, ISBA Criminal Law Section Newsletter, Criminal Justice, December 2018.
  • Seen and Not Heard?: Children’s Objections under the Hague Convention on International Abduction, 13 U. Miami Int’l & Comp. L. Rev. 105-162 (2005). [SSRN]