Ethical & Practical Issues with Representing Children in Removal Proceedings AC14-Recording
Ethical & Practical Issues with Representing Children in Removal Proceedings-Downloadable
This intermediate-level panel will discuss the unique ethical and practical issues which arise in the representation of children in immigration proceedings, and will discuss some legal options for children without status in the United States.
- Ethical, Practical, and Evidentiary Issues Arising in the Representation of Children
- Children in Federal Custody
- Ramifications of Juvenile Delinquencies
- Brief Overview of Forms of Relief: Asylum, DACA, SIJ, PD
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