These children need representation. This is also an opportunity to impact asylum law in a way that can better the lives of thousands of migrants.
The Advocates for Human Rights is seeking to organize and train a pool of attorneys who are willing to help these children. You need not be an immigration attorney to help.
This half-day event will provide training to attorneys on representing children and families on the expedited juvenile docket in immigration court in Bloomington, Minnesota. It will also provide training to attorneys who are traveling to Artesia, New Mexico to represent children and families housed in the detention center there.
Training to Represent Central American Refugees
Thursday, September 25, 2014
The Advocates for Human Rights' Office
330 2nd Avenue South #800
- The Advocates for Human Rights - www.theadvocatesforhumanrights.org
- This Free Training is presented in conjunction with the Minnesota/Dakotas Chapter of the American Immigration Lawyers Association
3.0 CLE credits will be applied for