The Ethics of Dealing with Difficult Judges AC16 (.MP3)
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Have you ever had a judge who was just too difficult to deal with? Being difficult may be a result of having a bias. The panelists will explore the ethical and professional avenues available to attorneys.
Key Topics Include
- Addressing Ethical Grievances with EOIR
- Immigration Judge Bench Book
- Bias Displayed by the Judge
- Standards for Arbitrary and Capricious Proceedings
- Ethical Implications When Dealing with Difficult Judges
Jeremy L. McKinney (DL), AILA EOIR Liaison Committee Vice-Chair, Greensboro, NC
Magali S. Candler, Houston, TX
Matthew Holt, San Diego, CA
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