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Women Lawyers Lead ABA’s Efforts to Ensure Due Process for Migrants
Meet the heroes of the Children’s Immigration Law Academy
ProBAR marks 30 years helping immigrants and asylum-seekers
Frontliners lament uphill battle to preserve safe haven in US for asylum-seekers
A panel of immigration experts traced the growing efforts of the current administration to severely limit , or even stop, the flow of asylum seekers to U.S. while impeding their access to lawyers —…
Frontliners condemn Trump border policies as migrant case volume explodes
Lawyers and other groups working with migrant asylum-seekers at the U.S. southern border continue to be highly critical of the Trump administration’s “Return to Mexico” and “safe third country” immig…
Why collaboration is key when working with other professions
In working through a range of client-legal issues, a panel of lawyers and social workers agreed in a discussion on Feb. 14 at the American Bar Association Midyear Meeting that collaboration is critic…
ABA counsel testifies about concerns with Remain in Mexico immigration policy
ABA President to reporters: Immigration system is in crisis
American Bar Association President Meets Asylum Seekers In Rio Grande Valley
The Case That Made an Ex-ICE Attorney Realize the Government Was Relying on False “Evidence” Against Migrants
Amid “nightmarish” case backlog, experts call for independent immigration courts
With congressional seats at stake, officials detail big push for census participation
Statement of ABA President Bob Carlson, re: Detention of immigrant children in poor conditions
Statement of Bob Carlson, president, American Bar Association re: Legal and education service cuts for unaccompanied migrant youth
Immigrant and refugee rights should be protected, ABA House urges
ABA Legal Fact Check explores the debate over Presidential Executive Orders and Birthright Citizenship
ABA President Bob Carlson releases statement re: Immigration Judges and Lawyers
ABA President Bass travels to South Texas, working to fulfill ABA's promise to reunite families
Statement of Hilarie Bass, ABA president Re: Executive Order on separation of children at the border
Tempest Tossed: Conversations on Migration and Mobility from the Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility is a new podcast on immigration and refugees that goes beyond the predictable soundbites. Join Commission on Immigration member Alex Aleinikoff and guests for in-depth discussion on what's happening on the ground and how to understand current policy debates.
Two immigrant moms seeking asylum speak on how DHS tore them from their children at the border. Anderson Cooper 360, June 2018
Commission on Immigration member Dora Schriro's Op-Ed "MS-13: Children Aren't Lining Up at the Mexican Border to Join Gangs." Newsweek, May 2018
Commission on Immigration Associate Director Tanisha Bowens-McCatty featured in the ABA Journal article, "Increased enforcement of immigration laws raises scam risk." ABA Journal, May 2018
The Legal Orientation Program will remain funded! ABA News, April 2018
ABA President Hilarie Bass testifies to Senate subcommittee about immigration courts
ABA News, April 2018
Migration and displacement, focus of ABA Rule of Law conference, April 17 in Washington, D.C.
Experts discuss Trump’s immigration policies and how localities are responding at ABA Annual Meeting ABA News, August 2017
"Immigrant Children at Risk" by Commission Director Meredith Linsky, Forward by ABA President Linda Klein. Georgia Bar Journal, April 2017
ABA commission had warned of immigration-court backlog ABA Journal, April 2017
"ABA will protect the rule of law," op-ed by ABA President Linda Klein.
Miami Herald, February 2017
Bar passage proposal fails, immigration resolutions approved after spirited ABA House debate.
ABA News, February 2017
Statement of Paulette Brown, president, American Bar Association Re: Impact of Supreme Court deadlock in U.S. v Texas.
ABA News, June 2016
Lawyers observe detention conditions at U.S.–Mexico border
ABA News, February 2016
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