Wednesday, March 27, 2013

St. Mary's Immigration Symposium

From St. Mary's University School of Law:

2013 Symposium on Immigration Law: Practice & Policy in the Twenty-First Century

The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Race and Social Justice cordially invite all to the Immigration Symposium on Friday, 5th of April 2013.  The focus of the Immigration Symposium will be on the practical aspects of immigration law and the current policy debates that surround the field.  Our goal is to provide a strong CLE for local practitioners and a strong educational experience for current law students.   We hope you will be able to join us for this exciting CLE opportunity.

Benjamin T. Greer, “Human Trafficking: T-Visas and Ethical Concerns“

Rosemary Vega, Tausk & Vega,  Attorneys at law “Crime and Immigration: An Overview“

Nancy Shivers, Shivers & Shivers, Immigration and Nationality Law “Naturalization Perils and Opportunities“

Professor Bill Ong Hing, Professor of Law, University of San Francisco, Professor Emeritus, UC Davis School of Law “Prosecutorial Discretion“

Roberto Balli, Board Certified Criminal Defense Attorney “The Sentencing of Crimmigrants“

Johanna KP Dennis, Associate Professor of Law, Southern University Law Center “Home, but not Home Enough: Imputing Parental Immigration Status and Residency for Formerly Undocumented Immigrant Children“

Professor Aaron S. Haas, Director of Citizenship and Immigration Clinical Program, Washington and Lee University School of Law “Marginalization Of Religious Persecution in US Asylum Laws“

Joe Martinez Jr., Special Agent, U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS),  ”ICE Audits: What Employers Must Do To Comply and be Prepared”

David R. Walding, The Bernardo Kohler Center “Special Immigrant Juvenile Status“

POC: Claudia V.  Balli, Symposium Editor 
Date:  Friday, April 5th, 2013
Location: San Antonio Plaza Club
Frost Bank Tower
San Antonio, TX 78205

Register here.


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