3/23 in Newark, #NJ: Immigrant Detainees – Alone, Unrepresented & Imprisoned
via Anju Gupta, Director, Immigrant Rights Clinic, Rutgers University School of Law – Newark
Please save the date for a day-long conference on immigration detention to be held on March 23, 2012 at Rutgers Law School — Newark. A save the date flyer is attached and the text pasted below. Please circulate widely.
As of now, panel topics will likely include:
- The realities of civil immigration detention (including who is being detained and why and the conditions of their confinement);
- Mandatory detention (including the impact of mandatory detention policies and alternatives to detention);
- Security and technology (including the use of video hearings, restricted access to lawyers, or restricted access to a law library or computer technology); and
- Access to counsel in immigration court proceedings for detainees
Conference speakers will be announced and registration will open shortly. Feel free to e-mail me with speaker recommendations.
MARCH 23, 2012Rutgers School of Law–Newark
123 Washington Street, Newark, NJ
IMMIGRANT DETAINEES: ALONE, UNREPRESENTED, AND IMPRISONED
A day-long conference examining the immigration detention system.
Co-sponsored by Rutgers School of Law – Newark, Seton Hall Law, Lowenstein Sandler PC, Rutgers-Newark Center for Migration and the Global City, Rutgers Immigrant Rights Collective, and the Rutgers Human Rights Forum