Date(s) - 08/17/2018
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Robins Kaplan LLP
PURPOSE: There is a crisis in our land. There is a groundswell of volunteers wanting to help. The need to address the crisis is not limited to the border. There is a lot for legal volunteers to do in Minnesota—and you don’t need to be an immigration lawyer to help. Are you a lawyer without immigration experience wondering where you fit in? This is the CLE for you.
- Putting the crisis into context: the unaccompanied minor waves beginning in 2014 and the current border surge of parents and children. What is the Minnesota connection to these surges?
- What’s happening with immigration enforcement and detention in Minnesota.
- What organizations are working on these issues in Minnesota and what are their volunteer needs
- How non-immigration lawyers and other legal professionals can help
Anne Applebaum, Attorney-at-Law, Immigrant Law Center of MN,
Colleen Beebe Purisaca, Attorney-at-Law, Volunteer Lawyers Network
Sarah Brenes, Attorney-at-Law, The Advocates for Human Rights
Michele Garnett McKenzie, Attorney-at-Law, The Advocates for Human Rights
Kristin Olson, Attorney-at-Law, Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid
Michelle Rivero, Attorney-at-Law, Office of Immigrant and Refugee Affairs, City of Minneapolis
SPONSORS: The Minnesota Hispanic Bar Assocation, Hispanic National Bar Assocation, Region XI, Volunteer Lawyers Network, The Advocates for Human Rights, American Immigration Lawyers Association/MN-Dakotas Chapter
CLE CREDITS: 1.5 will be applied for.
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