Nicholas Principe O'Farrell, Legal - Winter 2021

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Nicholas Principe O'FarrellĀ (he/him/his) is a 2L student at NYU Law with a particular passion for advancing the rights of LGBTQ people and immigrants. At NYU Law, he is the Intake Chair for the Identity Documents Project, which helps New Yorkers obtain identification documents that match their gender identities, and a Staff Editor for the NYU Law Review. He is originally from the San Francisco Bay Area, and is a citizen of Brazil and Ireland (his parents' home countries) in addition to the United States. Prior to law school, Nicholas worked at Oasis Legal Services, where he helped LGBTQ immigrants file asylum cases and represented them in their interviews with DHS. Nicholas graduated from Stanford University with a degree in Political Science in 2017.

Updated on Aug 20, 2021