The Clinic’s Immigration Court Trial Advocacy College: April 23-25, 2020
Don’t miss The Clinic’s 4th annual Immigration Court Trial Advocacy College from April 23-25, 2020. This is not your typical immigration court practice program; it is a hands-on, one-on-one, training experience designed to make you fearless in immigration court. Using real cases and real witnesses, the program has something for beginners as well as experienced removal defense litigators. Many who attended last year claimed, they “felt ready to walk into court with confidence” and that they were “no longer afraid to take on removal cases”.
Due to the coronavirus/COVID-19 pandemic, this program will now be a live, interactive televideo conference instead of an in-person program. However, the conference program is not changing and all attendees will still gain hands-on practice, one-on-one input from faculty, and will still conduct a mock trial.
LAST DAY TO REGISTER IS APRIL 19, 2020! No refunds will be given after March 19, 2020, though credit will be given toward registration for a future Clinic CLE program.
Outwitting the Trump Card: December 6, 2019
Does Crimmigration practice feel like a game of chance? Spend an afternoon learning how to beat the odds to give your client a winning chance.
This program will look at the impact of the Attorney General’s decisions in Matter of CASTILLO-PEREZ, 27 I&N Dec. 664 (A.G. 2019) on DUIs and good moral character and Matter of THOMAS and THOMPSON, 27 I&N Dec. 674 (A.G. 2019) on the effect of state-court orders that modify, clarify, or otherwise alter a criminal sentence, and how these cases affect criminal defense practitioners’ duties under Padilla v. Kentucky, 559 U.S. 356 (2010).
**Pre-Approved for 3.6 CLE credits, including 1 ethics credit, in Missouri; pre-approved for 3.0 CLE credits in Kansas.**
Immigration Court Trial Practice Training April 25-27, 2019
The Clinic’s 2nd annual Immigration Court Trial Advocacy College was held on April 25-27, 2019. This is not your typical immigration court practice program; it is a hands-on, one-on-one, training experience designed to make you fearless in immigration court. Using real cases, real witnesses and real courtrooms, the program has something for beginners as well as experienced removal defense litigators. Based on the positive feedback we received last year, the program has been expanded to 2.5 days. Many who attended last year claimed, “this was the best program [they] have ever been to in [their] career” and that they “felt ready to handle real cases” before the immigration court. Was approved for 18.4 CLE credit hours in Missouri and for 17 CLE credit hours in Kansas.
T Visa Symposium: October 12, 2018
When we think of trafficking, it often conjures up very specific images in our heads. But trafficking can encompass a wide array of conduct. This program was designed to help immigration lawyers looking to change the way they practiced, or an employment lawyer who wanted to make sure they understood labor trafficking. Experts broke down the law of T-visas and why ever immigration attorney should be screening clients to make sure they are not victims of human trafficking.
Immigration Court Trial Practice Training: April 27-28, 2018
Trial lawyers are storytellers for their clients. They must be prepared, be disciplined, and have humility. In today’s climate, immigration trial lawyers must train and be ready to battle – to stand up for what is right, fight for the rule of law, and protect due process. This two-day conference is designed to get you ready. Unlike any other training for immigration court practitioners, this conference provides hands-on training using real cases, real situations, and real courtrooms. Attendees get one-on-one mentorship, best practices training, and a boost to confidence designed to make you a force in the courtroom. On day 1, you will get hands-on training in how to prepare your case for trial. On day 2, you will have a mock trial in a real courtroom at the Jackson County, MO Courthouse. Perfect for beginners and experienced practitioners alike.
Day 1 of the conference will be held at Rolling Hills Presbyterian Church at 9300 Nall Avenue, Overland Park, KS 66207. Day 2 will be held at the Jackson County Courthouse at 415 E. 12th Street, Kansas City, MO 64106. The cost of the conference includes breakfast and lunch both days.