Philip Rody is a dual-degree student pursuing a J.D. from the James E. Rogers College of Law and an M.A. in Latin American Studies. He received his undergraduate degree in Anthropology from Northern Arizona University in 2017, and expects to graduate from both programs at the University of Arizona in May 2021. Philip is interested in immigration law, and gained experience in asylum litigation during his internship with the Florence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project last year. He serves as a board member for the Arizona Journal for International and Comparative Law and the Immigration Law Students Association. Philip is also involved in the Workers' Rights Clinic at the law school, which provides free legal services to low-wage workers in Tucson and runs the only free employment law hotline in the state of Arizona. In his free time, he enjoys hiking around Arizona and taking care of his feral cat that he has affectionately named Pudge.