"Harvard, MIT sue to block Trump administration from stripping student visas amid pandemic," coverage by The Hill, July 8, 2020, featuring Associate Professor Brian Wolfman and Adjunct Professor Anam Rahman.
B.A., George Washington; J.D., George Washington
Professor Rahman is an Adjunct Professor at Law and co-teaches the Women and Immigration Fieldwork Practicum. She is a partner at the law firm Calderón Seguin PLC located in Fairfax, Virginia. Professor Rahman’s immigration practice covers a broad array of matters including nonimmigrant and immigrant visas, family-sponsored and employer-sponsored petitions, waivers of inadmissibility, asylum, humanitarian relief, and all forms of relief from removal. Professor Rahman specializes in removal defense, including direct representation of detained individuals, and regularly appears before the Arlington and Baltimore Immigration Courts. She also represents clients in pursuing affirmative forms of relief as well as appellate and federal work before the Board of Immigration Appeals, Administrative Appeals Office, U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, and U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit.
Professor Rahman regularly presents on immigration-related issues for institutions and organizations such as the George Washington University Law School, David A. Clark School of Law, Alexandria Public Defender’s Office, American Immigration Lawyers Association, Federal Bar Association, and Virginia Continuing Legal Education. She has also appeared on television and podcasts to discuss immigration and volunteers as an expert mentor at pro bono consultation clinics. Professor Rahman received her law degree from The George Washington University Law School and her bachelor’s degree magna cum laude from The George Washington University.