Common Evidentiary Conundrums & Persuasive Asylum Advocacy in Immigration Court
- 3:00 PM - 5:00 PM
- Pacific Time (US & Canada)
- By: The Center for Gender & Refugee Studies
UC Hastings College of the Law
- Asylum Procedure
- Immigration Court
This training is in-person; there will be no call-in or recorded option.
This free defensive asylum trial advocacy training will involve a mock asylum trial in immigration court proceedings that centers common objections to documentary evidence and how to over come them. Additionally, CGRS will also cover laying foundation for and authenticating documentary evidence, closing arguments, strategies for persuasive trial advocacy in asylum and related fear-of-return cases, and questioning on direct, cross, and re-direct examination. Interactive participation is highly encouraged and will include break-out groups.
Christine Lin, Directing Attorney, Center for Gender & Refugee Studies - California
Anne Peterson, Senior Staff Attorney, Center for Gender & Refugee Studies
Prerequisite: Participants should already be familiar with substantive asylum law, basic immigration court procedure, and the Federal Rules of Evidence. We will not be reviewing those topics during this training.
- Submitting Documentary Evidence
- Closing Argument Styles
- Persuasive Advocacy Strategies
- Cross, Direct, and Re-direct Examination
Space is limited. RSVP by close of business day August 20, 2019 at this link.
- CLE Credit Comments: 2 General MCLE Credits