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Immigration Law 2019 - Representing Children, Families, and Detained Individuals.

Partner Camila Palmer and Senior Attorney Courtney Butler will join other faculty members and present at the CBA - CLE offices in Denver, Colorado; Friday, October 18, 2019.

Program Description:
These are challenging and uncertain times in the practice area of immigration law. Build your skills for defending and advancing the rights of non-citizens in the current environment at this day-long program. Gain keys to zealous immigration advocacy, dive into immigration enforcement, detention and bond practices, protections for immigrant crime victims, asylum law, special immigrant juvenile status, and learn from a mock immigration court hearing.

Distinguished faculty witness and navigate the impact of the shift in immigration policy and enforcement on a daily basis. They will help you acquire and polish your immigration law skills, and make certain your knowledge is current. 

This event is co-sponsored by the Colorado Bar Association Immigration Law Section 

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