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197 minutes
Military Legal Assistance: Immigration Issues
From this program, you will learn about key aspects of immigration law for members of the U.S. Armed Forces and their families, focusing on some of the unique immigration challenges and benefits, along with exploring new policy developments in immigration effecting the military. This program is designed for military attorneys working in legal assistance as well as civilian lawyers whose practices involve military-connected clients or issues.

American Bar Association

$225

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62 minutes
Utilizing Habeas Corpus Petitions for Unaccompanied Immigrant Children
The federal government is subjecting immigrant children to prolonged detention. In this program, panelists will describe the impact a habeas petition can make and discuss the nuts and bolts of how to file in federal district court.

American Bar Association

$75

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94 minutes
Current Immigration Policies & Domestic Violence Reporting
Learn about the current administration's immigration policies and the impact of those policies on reporting and prosecution of domestic violence crimes.

American Bar Association

$115

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89 minutes
Refugee & Immigrant Communities: The Minnesota Experience: The Legalities, Practicalities, & Lessons Learned
Have you heard about the history of Minnesota refugee and immigrant communities? Join our experts as they discuss the history of the significant communities of refugees and immigrants and the legal steps Minnesota has taken to help integration.

American Bar Association

$115

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57 minutes
Immigration Compliance for Employers: Form I-9s and Other Employment-Related Immigration Topics
Over the last few years, Immigration policy has been one of the most charged issues in the U.S. Today, there is no sign of that changing as the Trump administration has spent much of its time on immigrations policies and procedures. Now, some talent and immigration experts are predicting these regulations will affect the U.S. talent pool along with the makeup of the workplace. What can in-house and law firms expect from immigration regulations and how will this affect existing employees and hiring? -Understand the increased scrutiny around H-1B visa applications -Evaluating shorter term visas and alternatives for H-1B -Examining other Trump Immigration policies and their potential effects on the workplace

Women, Influence & Power in Law Conference

$75

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94 minutes
The Roberts Court 2018-2019: Avoiding the Limelight Following the Kavanaugh-Kennedy Trade
The 2018-19 Term was, for the most part, uneventful. Was that by design? What have we learned about Justice Kavanaugh? And how has the Kavanaugh-Kennedy trade impacted the Chief Justice’s vote? Join our distinguished panel of Supreme Court scholars for answers to these questions and insights into the future of the newest version of the Roberts’ Court.

American Bar Association

$115

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94 minutes
The New Compliance Landscape in Latin America, and Its Practical Impact
This panel of experts will discuss the new anti-corruption laws in Latin America and how they interact with the existing US and EU enforcement authorities. They will also discuss the interactions between local laws and US/EU laws to represent clients doing business in Latin American given these new legal requirements.

American Bar Association

$115

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100 minutes
Pro Bono Representation: Make a Difference
Over the past 20 years the LACBA Pro Bono Representation Panel volunteer attorneys have helped over 4,000 immigrants remain in the United States with their families. Many persons in the Immigration Court are often represented by “notarios” and legal consultants. These notarios are prevalent in almost all the ethnic communities and often deprive immigrants of their legal rights and benefits under the law. Volunteer attorneys can make a difference by volunteering their services for this worthwhile panel.

The Panel partners with the Los Angeles Immigration Court to help Respondents (immigrants) at their Master Calendar hearings only. Volunteer attorneys are then matched with participating Respondents. Once Respondents are given counsel and advice they then proceed with the attorney back to the Immigration Judge to plead.

Los Angeles County Bar Association

$140

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130 minutes
Crimes and Immigration: New Strategies in an Increasingly Challenging Climate
This program will include discussion on hot topics in criminal immigration including immigration court best practices, burdens of proof, and defense against heightened barriers to relief, denaturalization and post-conviction relief updates.

Los Angeles County Bar Association

$140

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