Lindsay A. Curcio has been practicing immigration law since 1990. She has had her own office in Brooklyn, New York since 2000, and handles all types of immigration law cases. Lindsay has been an adjunct professor at New York Law School since 2002. She teaches an immigration law survey course and co-teaches the advanced immigration law seminar with Professor Lenni Benson. She also supervises law students in externship placements at law firms, non profits and government agencies. Lindsay has been Co-Director of the Safe Passage Immigration Project with Professor Lenni Benson since 2007. With Lenni Benson and Veronica Jeffers, she is co-authoring Immigration and Nationality Law: Problems and Strategies, with publication by Lexis/Matthew Bender anticipated in 2011. She is an active member of the national and New York chapters of the American Immigration Lawyers Association and a Fellow at the Center for International Legal Studies in Austria. Lindsay has a bachelor's degree in Spanish from Northwestern University, a juris doctor degree from Chicago Kent College of Law and a master's degree in business administration from Fordham University. You may reach her at: firstname.lastname@example.org.