AILA Ethics Compendium - A Guide to Keep You Out of Trouble
AILA Ethics Compendium - A Guide to Keep You Out of TroubleThis podcast is an overview of the AILA Ethics Compendium, headed by the AILA National Ethics Committee and the Practice & Professionalism Center. Our panelists offer their insight on this noteworthy project and share why it was chosen, what the Compendium does not do and the unique ethical issues specific to immigration practice. They also walk through the basics—where to find it, what it contains, why this resource should be part of your resource library, and how to best utilize it. To round up the seminar, our panelists apply the Compendium in real practice and analyze an immigration related hypothetical concerning the potential inadvertent disclosure of confidential information on social media.
Faculty for this podcast include AILA's National Ethics Committee members, Alan Goldfarb (Minneapolis, MN), Bob Juceam (New York, NY), Cyrus Mehta (New York, NY), and Meghan Moore (Wyoming, MI).
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