Catherine Weiss is profiled in as one of New Jersey’s Top Women in Law. She describes the protection of the rights of immigrant children as one of her biggest accomplishments over the last two years. Weiss participated in the legal challenge to the family separation policy, succeeded in reversing the illegal denial of Special Immigrant Juvenile Status (SIJS) to a class of 680 young people, and is appearing in numerous U.S. Circuit Courts of Appeals to defend the rights of young immigrants holding SIJS to remain in the United States while applying to become permanent residents. Catherine recommends that the legal profession “find ways to make it possible for lawyers of all genders to take the time they need to care for their families while remaining engaged in the practice of law.”