Avoiding Family Feuds: Ethics in Family Practice AC17 (.MP3)

Avoiding Family Feuds: Ethics in Family Practice AC17 (.MP3)

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Recorded 06/22/17
CLE Eligible Yes
Length TBD
Format MP3
SKU AC17-T206-DL

Ethical issues arise frequently in cases involving dual representation, marital fraud, immigration, and criminal history. The panelists will address the ethical responsibilities of practitioners in these areas. This session is appropriate for all levels of experience.

  • Navigating Disagreements Between Petitioner and Beneficiary
  • How Separation or Divorce Impacts Attorney Representation
  • Who Represents Affidavit of Support Co-sponsors?
  • Addressing Negative Information or Ineligibility Before a Tribunal
  • What to Do When Clients Plan to Lie to a Tribunal


  • Cyrus D. Mehta (DL), New York, NY
  • Scott C. Titshaw, Macon, GA
  • Steven Yale-Loehr, AILA Asylum and Refugee Committee Chair, Ithaca, NY
  • *Lawrence Burman, Immigration Judge, EOIR, Arlington, VA

*This is a preliminary session description. All sessions and events are subject to change without notice. For a complete list of all the sessions offered at the 2017 Annual Conference please view the Conference Program.

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