As thousands of Kosovo refugees were rapidly massing on the Macedonian and Albanian borders in April, a group of Shearman & Sterling lawyers in New York were doing their small part in assuring their safety.

Lawyers at the firm, working as a team under a tight deadline, devised a legal means of allowing the Kosovars to enter the United States as refugees, while avoiding perhaps months of delays because of bureaucratic red tape.

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