Everything You Wanted to Know About the EOIR Disciplinary System
Everything You Wanted to Know About the EOIR Disciplinary System…But Were Afraid to AskOne of the biggest mysteries for an immigration lawyer is the role and power of the federal immigration disciplinary system. The Executive Office of Immigration Review (EOIR) first implemented professional conduct rules for immigration lawyers and accredited representatives in 2000, with major changes made to those rules in 2008. This podcast features EOIR’s Disciplinary Counsel, Jennifer Barnes, and AILA Past President, Bob Juceam discussing the questions that many immigration attorneys are afraid to ask – What are the rules? What are the risks? Who can file a complaint? What are the most common types of complaints? What should an immigration attorney do when a complaint is filed against him/her? Learn the answers to these questions and more in this episode of PPC’s ethics podcast series.
For more information please visit www.justice.gov/eoir and AILA’s EOIR Ethics Resource page.
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