Annual Pre-AILA Crimes and Immigration CLE
- $175.00 - Legal Worker/Non-Profit/Student before May 31st
- $200.00 - Legal Worker/Non-Profit/Student on or after May 31st
- $250.00 - Current Members of NIPNLG, NLG, or Minority Bar Association before May 31st
- $275.00 - Current Members of NIPNLG, NLG, or Minority Bar Associations on or after May 31st
- $300.00 - Private Attorney before May 31st
- $325.00 - Private Attorney on or after May 31st
Join NIPNLG and Norton Tooby in Orlando for the Annual Pre-AILA Crimes and Immigration CLE
Tuesday, June 18, 2019
Barry University - Dwayne O. Andreas School of Law
6441 East Colonial Drive
Orlando, FL 32807
Registration and Coffee - 8:15 am to 9:00 am
CLE - 9:00 am to 5:00 pm
This annual seminar is famous for offering many state-of-the-art solutions to criminal immigration problems in a one-day seminar. Come to Orlando a day early before the AILA Annual Conference, which will begin Wednesday, June 19, 2019 at 9 a.m.
NOTE: This year the Crimes CLE is taking place on Tuesday instead of Wednesday. Please plan accordingly!
The June 18th Crimes and Immigration CLE will include cutting-edge discussion regarding:
I. Recent Developments in the Categorical Analysis
II. Definition of "Conviction", including Controlled Substance Offenses
III. Crimes of Violence, including Stokeling v. U.S.
IV. Post-Conviction Relief, including Exoneration
Faculty will include:
Norton Tooby, Law Offices of Norton Tooby, author of Winning Padilla Claims (2012), Tooby’s Crimes of Moral Turpitude (2008), Tooby’s Guide to Criminal Immigration Law (2008), Criminal Defense of Immigrants (2007), Aggravated Felonies (2006), and Safe Havens: How to Identify and Construct Non-Deportable Convictions (2005), Oakland, CA
Wendy Wayne, Massachusetts Committee for Public Counsel Services (CPCS) Immigration Impact Unit Director, Boston, MA
Kari Hong, Boston College of Law, Associate Professor and Director of BC Ninth Circuit Appellate Program, Boston, MA
Kathleen Moccio, University of Minnesota Law School, Binger Center for New Americans, Detainee Rights Clinic, and member of NIPNLG Board of Directors, Minneapolis, MN
Michael K. Mehr, Law Offices of Michael K. Mehr and co-author of “Representing Noncitizen Criminal Defendants” in California Criminal Law Procedure and Practice (CEB 2008-2019), Santa Cruz, CA
Maria Baldini-Potermin, Maria Baldini-Potermin & Associates, P.C., update editor of Immigration Law and Crimes, and NIPNLG Board Chair, Chicago, IL
CLE credits: 6 credits will be requested for Florida. Certificates will be available for attorneys to request CLE credits in other states.
TIP: Barry University is located north of downtown Orlando, near the Orlando Airport. For attorneys arriving in Orlando on Monday, June 17, 2019, hotel prices near the Orlando Airport are less than those in downtown Orlando.
NIPNLG and Norton Tooby wish to thank Florida Legal Services, Inc. for their generous co-sponsorship of this CLE
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