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Mechanics of Immigration Court Part 2: Corroboration, Preparing Witnesses, and Working with Experts

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Date:  Feb 22,  2022 12:00-1:15 pm ET
Time:  12:00 p.m. ET (75 minutes)
Format: Free Webinar

The content of this program does not meet requirements for continuing legal education (CLE) accreditation. You will not receive CLE credit for participating.

Join the ABA Commission on Immigration for a FREE three-part series on the Mechanics of Immigration Court.  This series covers the nuts and bolts of how to practice in immigration.  Part 2 explores corroboration, preparing witnesses, and working with experts.  Topics to be covered include gathering evidence and the REAL ID Act, and how to put together country conditions reports, prepare credible witnesses, and use experts. 

Panelists include expert immigration attorneys and a former immigration judge who will be sharing invaluable tips and insights.  This webinar is designed for pro bono attorneys and immigration practitioners who are new to immigration law, or for anyone who wants to brush up on their practical skills.

Panelists for Part II:

• Hon. Ilyce Shugall, Managing Attorney at Immigrant Legal Defense and Senior Counsel in the Immigration Program at Community Legal Services in East Palo Alto, previously served as an Immigration Judge in San Francisco

• Amelia McGowan, Senior Attorney/Testing Coordinator at the Mississippi Center for Justice, Adjunct Professor and Immigration Clinic Director at Mississippi College School of Law

This event is co-sponsored by: ABA Young Lawyers DivisionCenter for Pro Bono , Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice

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