Monday, March 25, 2019
Hofstra Law is once again offering its Immigration Law and Border Enforcement Program. This one-week 3-credit class for law students runs from Sunday May 19 to Sunday May 26, 2019.
It will be held in San Diego, California, and is co-sponsored by UC San Diego's Center for Comparative Immigration Studies.
The course is open to law students around the country. The course involves not just reading and lectures, but field trips to the border, the U.S. consulate in Tijuana, a detention center, immigration court, and federal court. Students will have the opportunity to meet with CBP officers, ICE lawyers, Department of State consular officials, and EOIR judges, as well as immigration attorneys and advocates.
Interested students should apply by March 29, 2019.