Featured News

​June 2019

Announcing the 2019 La Mancha Distinguished Pro Bono Attorney of the Year

​Sofia’s Struggle with Domestic Violence 

​After Years of Persecution, Raoul’s Asylum is Granted!

​Sister Ann M. Durst, SHCJ, Esq. receives Honorary Doctor of Law Degree at Marquette University

​Lawyers Who Love Access to Justice: Pillsbury Lands in First Place!

February 2019

Diogo and Antonio: Escaping LGBTQ Persecution, Asylum Granted

By Rosa Mitsumasu Scotti, Development Manager

​Juan Manuel’s Political Asylum: Granted

By Rosa Mitsumasu Scotti, Development Manager

November 2018​​​​​​​

Natasha’s Asylum Story: Finding Refuge and New Beginnings
By Rosa Mitsumasu Scotti, Development Manager

Margarita’s Freedom: Leaving the Shadows of Labor Trafficking and Domestic Violence

By Rosa Mitsumasu Scotti, Development Manager

VIT Program: 2018 Impact, Acknowledgements & Reflection

By Artemisa Valle, Volunteer Interpreters and Translators (VIT) Program Coordinator

August 2018​​​​​​​

Responding to the Family Separation Crisis in San Diego

By Rosa Mitsumasu Scotti, Development Manager

A Tale of Two Refugees

A Reflection by Volunteer Attorney and Board Member Nancy Aeling, Esq. 

Grateful for our New Friends

By Courtney Brown, Director of Philanthropy

VIT Program: Bridging the Language Gap

June 2018

Answering the Call: Casa Cornelia's Response to Child Separations

Frequently Asked Questions about Unaccompanied Minors in the United States

​May 2018

Casa Cornelia Celebrates its 25th Anniversary & La Mancha Awards

San Diego Rapid Response Network: Responding to Aggressive Deportation Tactics in the Community


​Client Stories: Successful Asylum & Petitions Granted

February 2018

Casa Cornelia Law Center: Celebrating 25 Years of Justice with Compassion
A letter from Carmen M. Chavez, Esq., Executive Director

Client Stories: Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Seeking Justice

Meet Patricia Ramirez, Casa Cornelia’s Support Services Coordinator

Expanding our network to support our clients’ growth, social services and basic needs

Casa Cornelia’s Reception: Opening Doors for Clients Seeking Justice 

A conversation with Evelyn Hernandez, Receptionist at Casa Cornelia