Attorney, Immigration Justice Corps Fellow
Ezra Rash serves as an Attorney and Immigration Justice Corps Fellow for the Immigration Justice Program at Charlotte Center for Legal Advocacy. In his role, Ezra addresses the legal needs of unaccompanied migrant children as well as others seeking relief within the North Carolina Immigration Court system.
Prior to joining the Advocacy Center in September 2023, Ezra was a law student at St. John’s University in Queens, New York. He participated in the institution’s immigration clinic, partnered with Catholic Charities New York. Ezra also interned in the Immigration Unit at Legal Aid Society New York. He has a Bachelor of Arts in Mathematics and Philosophy from the University of Washington. In his leisure time, Ezra enjoys cooking, reading, writing, going on long walks, listening to music, dancing, and spending time with friends and family.
Ezra serves at the Advocacy Center because he wants to achieve just results for our Immigrant Justice Program clients. “I want to be a strong advocate for the Advocacy Center’s clients, to enable them to navigate a complicated and dehumanizing immigration system with dignity.”