When unaccompanied children crossing the border to flee violence in Central America became a media firestorm this spring, Lenni Benson knew all too well the legal hurdles that faced them.

The Arizona native began working on the issue soon after graduating from law school in 1983. Then, in 2006, she founded the largely volunteer Safe Passage Project to provide pro bono legal representation to young immigrants.

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