Sophia Gregg

Sophia Gregg joined the Legal Aid Justice Center in 2016. She specializes in civil rights and immigration law including “crimmigration,” the intersection between immigration and criminal law. She represents individuals before administrative agencies and immigration, state and federal courts. She also strives to achieve systemic reform through community outreach and education, campaigns for policy change and impact litigation.

In addition, Gregg manages the Virginia Special Immigrant Juvenile Project, an award-winning collaboration between LAJC and pro bono attorneys across the state. The SIJ Project assists immigrant children who have been abused, abandoned or neglected obtain legal status in the U.S.  

Gregg supervises and teaches the Immigration Law Clinic at UVA Law. 

Education

  • J.D.
    Syracuse University College of Law
    2016
  • B.A.
    University of Texas
    2009