We've been hearing about the recent surge in migrant children flooding into the U.S. from Central America. Right now, many of those children are getting called in to immigration court, and not all of them have legal representation.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris asked several law firms across the state to take up the cases as a pro bono services last week. One of the law firms that agreed to help is Gibson Dunn in Los Angeles. Lawyer Katie Marquart, Gibson Dunn's pro bono director, joins Take Two for more.