Nina Rabin is director of the Workers’ Rights Clinic. She is also director of the Bacon Immigration Law and Policy Program and has a joint affiliation with the Southwest Institute of Research on Women at the University of Arizona, where she is director of Border Research. Her work focuses on the impact of immigration and border policies on women's rights. She directs projects that provide direct legal services to low-wage immigrant women workers and women in immigration detention facilities. At the same time, her projects undertake policy research and advocacy that grow out of these direct services. Prior to her work in Arizona, Rabin clerked for the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals and practiced in a civil rights law firm in California. She graduated from Yale Law School in 2003.
Gloria Klinicki provides invaluable assistance to students, professors, and clients by screening and referring callers, scheduling appointments, reserving rooms, and surmounting logistical challenges. She joined the College of Law's staff as the clinic administrator in the fall of 2012. Gloria is a University of Arizona alumna with a bachelor's degree in business administration. She has worked as an accountant, a substitute teacher, and, more recently, an administrative assistant at a local high school.
Felipe Guevara is a Fellow for the Bacon Immigration Law and Policy Program, where he supervises law students in the Workers' Rights Clinic, and provides direct legal services for low-wage workers in Tucson and surrounding areas. He also supervises policy projects that the Clinic undertakes each semester, and provides outreach presentations for the Tucson low-wage worker community. Felipe graduated from Middlebury College in May 2012, and from the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law in May 2017. Prior to his work with the clinic, Felipe was a 7th grade science teacher, through Teach For America, in San Antonio, TX.