Mackenzie Heinrichs

Mackenzie Heinrichs ’18

  • Immigration & Human Rights Clinical Fellow
  • Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor of Law
96C Mondale Hall

Mackenzie Heinrichs is an immigration and human rights clinical fellow and visiting assistant clinical professor of law in the Immigration and Human Rights Clinic, James H. Binger Center for New Americans at the University of Minnesota Law School. In her current role, Mackenzie serves clients seeking asylum in the United States, supervises law student attorneys, and teaches courses in immigration and asylum law. 

After graduating from the University of Minnesota Law School in 2018, Mackenzie worked as an attorney advisor at the Otay Mesa Immigration Court, Executive Office for Immigration Review in San Diego, California as part of the Attorney General Honors Program. In 2020, Mackenzie received an Equal Justice Works fellowship at the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota, where she worked on responding to legal changes to the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (“DACA”) program and providing immigration legal services to immigrant young adults in Minnesota. 

Immigration Law: Asylum, Removal, and 'Crimmigration'

Immigration and Human Rights Clinic

Immigration and Criminal Law: Immigration Consequences of Crimes and Criminalizing Migration

Immigration Law Clinic Student Directors