J.D., Columbia University School of Law (2009)
M.A., Teaching of English, Columbia University Teachers College (1999)
B.A., English Literature, University of Michigan (1996)
Carrie Love started her legal career in 2010 as a Skadden Fellow at Western Massachusetts Legal Services, which joined with Community Legal Aid in 2011. Carrie joined the Central West Justice Center in 2014. Carrie, who is proficient in Spanish, assists people seeking humanitarian-based immigration relief, including neglected or abandoned children and immigrant survivors of domestic violence and other crimes. During law school, Carrie was a Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar and won the Bernstein Litowitz Berger & Grossman Fellowship. She served as an Editor of the Columbia Human Rights Law Review and was an Executive Board member of the Society for Immigrant and Refugee Rights. Carrie has also worked as a legal intern for the New York Legal Aid Society, the Northern Manhattan Coalition for Immigrant Rights, and the Refugee and Immigration Services Unit of Catholic Charities.