Eliza Collison is a Maryland barred attorney handling a wide range of cases including asylum, waivers of inadmissibility and Special Immigrant Juvenile Status. She graduated from American University Washington College of Law in 2020. In law school, she was a Dean’s Fellow for the Immigrant Justice Clinic, assisting in removal defense matters and a student attorney with the Civil Advocacy clinic, representing clients in wage theft cases. She also spent a month in The Hague, Netherlands with her law school’s War Crime Research office, conducting site visits to international courts and tribunals and taking coursework on international law.
Eliza is originally from Los Angeles, California and enjoyed growing up in a city with a rich history of immigration. She had also traveled and lived abroad extensively, including study abroad in Santiago, Chile and a ten-month Fulbright research grant in Nicaragua. She is fluent in Spanish.