When the Trump administration last year instituted the travel ban, lawyers sprang into action, filing lawsuits and providing immediate representation to people being detained at airports.

Today, as everyone from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce to the ACLU recoils at the separation of migrant children from their parents, there’s a clear sense that many in the legal community are eager to fight again.

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