Interested in learning more about immigration litigation? It’s not too late to register! Listen to our Senior Attorney, Megan Guzman, this Wednesday, March 23 at 10AM PST (1PM EST) as she discusses federal litigation during the AILA Law Student Engagement Committee’s latest roundtable, “Comparing Humanitarian Immigration Law and Federal Litigation.”
The goal of the roundtable is to help new practitioners and law students decide which area of immigration law better suits them. It will compare the different aspects of practicing immigration law with an emphasis on what it is like practicing in each field and how to succeed. This session will focus on the similarities and differences of comparing the litigation practice of immigration law, specifically distinguishing between the federal litigation aspect and the humanitarian aspect of the practice.
- What are the Core Skillsets Necessary to be a Good Litigation Immigration Attorney?
- What is it Like Working as An Immigration Litigation Attorney?
- What are Some Misconceptions About This Area of Practice? How is it Evolving?
Register for this free event here: