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3/18 at Penn State: Symposium on immigration adjudications

February 7, 2010

Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia

via Shoba Sivaprasad  Wadhia, Director of the Center for Immigrants’  Rights & Clinical  Professor of Law at Penn State Dickinson School of Law:

Register now for a timely symposium on immigration adjudications to be held on March 18 at Penn State Law:

Immigration Adjudications: Court Reform & Beyond

Attendance is free but registration is required. Sponsored by Penn State Law’s Center for Immigrants’ Rights, this day-long symposium will feature four panels comprised of policymakers, academics, judges, and practitioners who will examine the state of immigration adjudications and debate proposed administrative and legislative solutions, including the creation of an independent immigration court.

Featured panelists include:

  • Judge Dana Leigh Marks, San Francisco Immigration Court
  • Judge Walter Durling, York Immigration Court
  • Lory Rosenberg, IDEAS Consultation & Coaching and former Board of Immigration Appeals judge
  • Paul W. Virtue, Baker & McKenzie LLP and former general counsel to the INS
  • Professor Philip Schrag, Georgetown University School of Law
  • Karen Grisez, Fried, Frank, Harris Shriver & Jacobson LLP; Chair, ABA Commission on Immigration
  • Steven Lang, Executive Office for Immigration Review
  • Lucas Guttentag, Yale Law School and ACLU Immigrants’ Rights Project
  • Christopher Nugent, Equal Justice Works
  • Wayne Sachs, Law Office of Wayne Sachs
  • Angela Eveler, Pennsylvania Immigration Resource Center
  • Professor Jill Family, Widener University School of Law
  • Professor Michele Pistone, Villanova University School of Law
  • Professor Jaya Ramji-Nogales, Temple School of Law
  • Professor Victor Romero, Penn State Law

Press Release


Complete Agenda and Materials from Speakers

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