CLE presented on April 21, 2015. Audio files, course materials, and Verification Affidavit will be sent electronically once payment is processed.
For CLE credit, record the codes heard in the course audio on the Verification Affidavit and submit the document to the CBA in accordance with the instructions in the document.
Presented by the Young Lawyers Section
Seminar Code: EYL150421
CLE Credit: 2.0 Hours
About the Program:
This program is designed to educate attorneys in criminal matters regarding their obligations to provide advice about immigration law to their non-citizen clients.
Who Should Purchase:
Attorneys who handle criminal matters and are unfamiliar with their obligation to provide immigration law counsel to non-citizen clients charged with crimes.
You Will Learn:
- A general history of United States immigration law.
- Strategies for representing non-citizen defendants, including the information that must be conveyed to clients and tips for understanding and meeting a non-citizen client's needs.
- Tips for pursuing post-conviction remedies for non-citizen clients who may not have been properly advised.
Matthew A. Weiner, Office of the Chief State's Attorney, Rocky Hill
Anthony D. Collins, Collins & Martin, PC, Wethersfield
Milagros S. Cruz, Milagros Immigration Law LLC, Hartford
Tanya T. Dorman,The Dorman Law Firm, Hartford
****The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE. This program qualifies for transitional and non-transitional credits. Financial hardship information available upon request.