Crimes & Immigration Law (SF)
- 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- By: Immigrant Legal Resource Center
University of San Francisco School of Law
- Immigration and Crimes
This seminar is limited to criminal defense counsel, immigration defenders, and their staff. It is taught by two national experts in the intersection of crimes and immigration law, Katherine Brady and Norton Tooby. In the morning session, immigration attorneys will meet separately to discuss updates to case analysis and eligibility for relief, while criminal defenders will look at a case-analysis method for determining the immigration consequences of criminal cases and identifying specific safer pleas. In the afternoon, the two groups will join for discussion of immigration consequences of criminal offenses, and post-conviction relief for immigrants, including discussion of several new California laws such as PC §§ 18.5(a) and (b), 1000, 1203.43, and 1473.7. This interactive training incorporates discussion, exercises, and demonstrations.
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