Do’s and Don’ts in Immigration Court: Perspectives from the Bench
Do’s and Don’ts in Immigration Court: Perspectives from the BenchAILA member Cynthia Groomes Katz (Bethesda, MD) leads a discussion with William L. Nixon (Retired Immigration Judge), and John F. Gossart, Jr. (Retired Immigration Judge), on the “Do’s and Don’ts” in immigration court. The panel discusses how the most persuasive attorneys perform before the court, proven trial techniques to present your case, and how to preserve the trial record. In closing, the panelists reinforce the importance of incorporating the EOIR Practice Manual and attorney conduct and reputation.
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Great Intro to Imm. Trial Practice
I loved this product. It provided me with the inside knowledge of the judges' and their expectations/requirements/desires for their courts. For example, I can't believe that if things get out of hand, one of the judges will stop the proceedings and force the attorneys to read the rules of court civility.
Christian on 8/7/2014