Crystal Fleming is a Supervising Attorney in the Immigrant Protection Unit where she leads the Special Immigrant Juvenile Status and Unaccompanied Children’s Project. Crystal supervises and mentors attorneys and legal fellows representing immigrant children in Immigration and Family Court. She leads the Project’s work on behalf of unaccompanied children and immigrant youth seeking asylum and other relief from removal in Immigration Court. She represents clients in a variety of immigration matters, including removal defense litigation, asylum, Special Immigrant Juvenile Status, T-visas, U Nonimmigrant Status, adjustment of status, and VAWA self-petitions. Crystal previously served as a staff attorney in the Immigrant Protection Unit and joined NYLAG as a justice AmeriCorps Fellow representing unaccompanied minors in removal defense cases. Crystal received her law degree from Capital University Law School, where she was a member of the Moot Court Program. While in law school, Crystal worked at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. She also participated in the Capital University Law School Legal Clinic, where she represented clients in criminal and civil matters. Crystal received her undergraduate degree from George Mason University. She is a native Spanish speaker. Crystal is admitted to practice in New York and New Jersey.