9/28 in DC: @CLINICLegal Training on Responding to ICE Enforcement in 2010 – How to Assist Immigrants Following An ICE Enforcement Action
Responding to ICE Enforcement in 2010: How to Assist Immigrants Following An ICE Enforcement Action
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. (CLINIC)
Catholic Charities Immigration Legal Services, Washington, D.C
September 28, 2010
Arent Fox, LLC
1050 Connecticut Av. NW
Washington, D.C. 20036
Red Line Metro: Farragut North
$50 per person for CLINIC affiliates and staff of 501(c)(3) non-profit programs; $150 office location cap ($10 fee per person for more than 3 people from the same office address)
$75 per person for private attorneys and their staff
The registration fee includes training materials, continental breakfast, and lunch.
This intensive one day training will cover current ICE enforcement mechanisms, including state and local law enforcement partnerships, detainers and bonds, motions to suppress evidence, discovery in immigration proceedings and ethics in immigration practice. The training materials will provide information on all aspects of immigration enforcement and sample pleadings on detainers, and motions to suppress. The goal of the training is to educate attorneys representing clients detained by Immigration and Customs Enforcement and to provide information about the current status of immigration enforcement policies and practices.
The training will be presented by Debbie Smith, CLINIC Attorney in San Francisco, California and local attorneys including Michelle Mendez of Catholic Charities D.C. and Paromita Shah of the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild. One hour of ethics included in instruction.
The training is intended for attorneys and Catholic Charities and other community-based organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status staff with experience in representing immigrants in removal proceedings.
For lodging and transportation information, click here.
Space is limited. Registration will close September 23, 2010 or sooner if capacity is reached. For registration information call Chris Ozaki at 415-394-9371.
For a draft agenda, click here.