LawperaMan wrote:If your focus is helping individuals and families, particularly from Latin America, I would look at schools in communities where those issues are particularly prevalent. Places like Miami, Texas, NM, AZ, and to a lesser extent cities like NYC and LA...going to school in those states will probably lead you to connections with firms or other solo practitioners who do that kind of work.
There can also be quite a lot of business in this field outside of the major metro areas as well, and I see the potential for opportunity, as these other cities are often underserved. For example, in NY State, there's a lot of immigration work to be done in Middletown and Newburgh, NY - secondary cities with major immigrant populations. So if you'd prefer to work and live outside the major metro areas, there could be opportunity to do so.