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12/1 at @LoyolaLawSchool in #LosAngeles: Immigrant Communities, Policing & Public Safety

November 24, 2012

via NDLON: “Great lineup growing for very timely discussion.  As LAPD considers detainer policy, as LASD responds to lawsuit, and as Governor pledges to work on TRUST Act, LA has a lot to learn from Chicago… “

Join our panel of legal experts and elected officials for a discussion about the role of local police and immigration enforcement as well as emerging policies that limit immigration detainer request responses also known as ICE holds.

Date: Saturday December 1, 2012

Time: Noon-3:00pm

Location: Loyola Law School: Robinson Courtroom (G102), 919 Albany St. Los Angeles, CA 90015

Speakers:

  • Jesus Garcia: County Commissioner, Cook County, Illinois
  • Hiroshi Motomura: Susan Westerberg Prager Professor of Law, UCLA Law School
  • Aarti Kohli: Former Director of Immigration Policy at Warren Institute, Berkeley Law
  • Thomas A. Saenz: President and General Counsel, Mexican American Legal Defense Fund

Invited:

  • Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa
  • Los Angeles Police Chief Beck

To RSVP or for more information email: Jennifer.Macias@lls.edu

[Click here for PDF of invitation]

Loyola Law School provides a forum for the dissemination of diverse viewpoints to promote the examination of important academic and social issues. This does not mean that Loyola Law School endorses those viewpoints.

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