2017 New York Asylum and Immigration Conference at NYLS on Friday, February 10th – Three tracks of asylum and immigration training


This conference at NYLS on Friday, February 10th, is designed for both the beginning attorney and the experienced practitioner. It will bring together outstanding speakers from private practice, government, and leading non-governmental organizations. There will be tracks that focus on practice before the Immigration Court, the Asylum Office and special tracks concerning representation of unaccompanied children.

2017 New York Asylum and Immigration Conference Agenda.(updated)

NYLS’ Tuition Assistance Policy.

Watch www.safepassageproject.org for more.

Organized by the Federal Bar Association: Immigration Law Section, SDNY Chapter, Immigration & Nationality Committee of the NY City Bar and The International Law Section, in conjunction with the Women’s Bar Association of the State of New York and The Safe Passage Project Clinic at NYLS.


Also, check the New Immigration Paradigm: Rights at the Border, a special training presented by the Immigration faculty at New York Law School, together with experts, on Friday Evening February 10, 2017.



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