Law CLE - Reforming a Way out of the Immigration Maze
|Event Description - Law CLE - Reforming a Way out of the Immigration Maze|
|Available via live webcast.|
Cost: $15.00 non-alums, $10.00 HUSL alums
2 Standard CLE Credits will be applied for
All CLE proceeds will be used for the Journal of Public Law & Policy Symposium in Spring 2014 “The Civil Rights Act: 50 Years of Success, Development, and Transformation” which will be held on March 25.
Sponsor: HUSL Journal of Public Law & Policy
John Keller JD ’96 of the Immigrant Law Center of Minnesota, Michele Garnett-McKenzie from Advocates for Human Rights and Monica Nevin JD ’08 of the Zimmer Law Group, are among the panelists from the public, private, and government sectors will discuss the benefits and disadvantages of the current system from their practice perspective. They will also discuss the need or lack thereof for reformation of the current laws governing immigration. This event is cosponsored by the Hamline Latino Law Students Association.
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|Date & Location|
Date: 10/24/2013Location: Hamline University School of Law, Room 105
Time: 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM