Advanced Ethics Issues to Consider in Managing a Practice Abroad
June 9, 2015, the AILA Rome District Chapter (RDC) Ethics Committee hosted a gripping podcast on what to consider when setting up an immigration practice abroad: Do you need a license to practice in the foreign country? If so, how do you go about obtaining one? Panelists discuss their experience in Trinidad & Tobago, England and Wales, and Italy. This podcast is a follow on to the RDC conference ethics panel held in Rome in April 2015. The panelists address issues that were raised during the conference and describe their personal journey on their overseas qualification processes. A chart of the relevant regulations and guidance on this topic is provided to supplement the podcast.
Panelists: Shirley Tang (discussion leader), Claire Nilson (licensed in New York, Trinidad & Tobago, and England & Wales), Jonathan Davis (licensed in California, England & Wales and Ireland), and Nicoletta Montefusco (licensed in California, Utah and undergoing licensing process in Italy)
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