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      2019 Immigration Symposium: Fighting to Keep Families Together in San Antonio

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      February 22, 2019

      Friday   8:30 AM

      307 Pearl Parkway
      San Antonio, Texas 78215

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      2019 Immigration Symposium: Fighting to Keep Families Together

      The Immigration Symposium's focus will be on the practical aspects of immigration law and the current policy debates surrounding the field, specifically family-based immigration. Our goal is to present a compelling CLE program for immigration and non-immigration practitioners alike, as well as to provide an engaging educational experience for current law students.Attendees will have the opportunity to hear a variety of notable immigration attorneys, leaders, and scholars speak on current issues within the field of immigration law in the United States. Confirmed speakers include: Sarnata Reynolds, Policy Lead on Humanitarian Campaigning and Global Displacement and Migration, Oxfam International (Special Guest Speaker) The Honorable A. Ashley Tabaddor, President, National Association of Immigration Judges Kathrine Russell, Attorney, RAICES Malou Chávez, Deputy Director, Northwest Immigrant Rights Project Erica Schommer, Clinical Associate Professor of Law, St. Mary's University School of Law Yessenia Medrano, Staff Attorney (Family Services), Northwest Immigrant Rights Project Silky Shah, Executive Director, Detention Watch Network Marisol Pérez, Attorney at Law, De Mott, McChesney, Curtright & Armendáriz, LLP Manoj Govindaiah, Director of Family Detention, RAICES Shalyn Fluharty, Special Project Director, Dilley Family Detention Project, Texas RioGrande Legal Aid, Inc. This CLE event is pending approval by the State Bar of Texas for 6.5 CLE credit hours (including 1 hour of ethics).Registration is now open and will be available through February 22 (walk-ins permitted):• Attorney early bird registration $100 (October-December 1, 2018)• Attorney regular registration $115 (December 2, 2018-February 22, 2019)• Non-attorney and government employee registration $75• Immigration volunteer registration $30• Student registration $20 (scholarships available; please apply on registration form)• St. Mary's School of Law faculty/staff and Scholar member registration FREEBreakfast and lunch are included. Catering by Heavenly Gourmet.Register now at: contact Pilar Martinez, Symposium Editor, at or 206-535-4053 for more information.

      Categories: Politics & Activism

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