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With immigration law constantly in flux, it’s important to stay current on developments to guide clients through the complicated process.
Visa issues may complicate or affect your clients’ needs and your legal strategy regarding areas such as corporate law and real estate.
With pricing that runs from free to $25 or less per month, there is a communications service to fit every need and budget.
Be ready to help clients grapple with their immigration status, particularly as it affects their ability to go to college, find employment, or even get a driver’s license.
DACA is the documenting of the undocumented. Understanding the complexities and ramifications of each case is crucial.
You need not be an immigration lawyer to volunteer with KIND—just committed to providing representation to unaccompanied children.
It’s important to understand the myriad resources designed to help military members, veterans, and military family members with immigration and citizenship issues.
Refugees and asylum seekers deserve respect, consideration, treatment, and friendship.
These reviews of four cloud-based case and practice management products focus on ease of use, the breadth of their tools and functionality, customer support, and pricing.
CPM services will become the dominant legal practice management solution within the next five years. Isn’t it time to introduce it into your practice?
The right to appointed immigration counsel lags far behind the right established in Gideon for criminal cases.
There are lessons to be learned from two human trafficking cases successfully investigated and prosecuted both in the United States and in Mexico.
Consider the Transatlantic differences in the academic and the professional education of lawyers.
The EEOC’s Enforcement Guidance can be difficult and expensive to follow.
The states have taken the lead enacting legislation addressing the issues associated with fracking.
Social media sites are minefields that lawyers are only now beginning to navigate.
An immigration practice—given the mobile client base, government agency interactions, and politics of the day—may require greater technology and heightened ethical awareness.
Even when free time is difficult to find, it’s crucial to stay abreast of the changes in your legal field.
Follow these steps to store your data online safely—even when it crosses state and international boundaries.
This busy solo practitioner found that pro bono work helped her transition to a new legal specialty and do good at the same time.
Check out these ABA books, CLE programs, and web resources for advice on immigration law.
You may face myriad immigration issues as a practitioner. One way to give back in this area is to get involved in KIND.
Now’s a good time to verify your ABA membership, learn about the new Division leadership, and consider nominees for Division Secretary and Council Members-at-Large.