For over 45 years, the National Immigration Project has designed innovative legal strategies to defend immigrant rights. We are committed to sharing those strategies and innovations via continuing legal education (CLE) seminars for attorneys. This page lists upcoming seminars available to members and non-members nationwide.

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Creative Strategies in Fighting Enforcement in the Era of Trump
Wednesday, August 2nd in Washington, D.C.

Please join NIPNLG and an all-star panel of experts at this day-long skills-building seminar

Sponsored by the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild

Registration - 8:30 a.m. · Program - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Topics include:

  • Supreme Court updates in crim-imm
  • Strategies to challenge your client’s ongoing detention in light of Jennings v. Rodriguez
  • Advanced issues in motions to suppress and terminate
  • Strategies to obtain discovery in removal proceedings
  • Challenging reinstatement of removal and expedited removal
  • The role of movement lawyering in the Era of Trump

Six hours of CLE credit anticipated.

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NIPNLG membership meeting to follow on August 3. To RSVP, click here

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Past Events

Pre-AILA Crimes and Immigration Seminar: More Important Than Ever
June 21, 2017 in New Orleans

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Fighting Enforcement and Keeping Families Together in the Trump Era
April 28, 2017 in Atlanta, GA

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cle immigration and criminal practitioners dan kesslbrenner and manny vargas
Dan Kesselbrenner (right), Executive Director of the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild and Manny Vargas (left), Senior Counsel & Founder of the Immigrant Defense Project speaking at the 2016 Crimes & Immigration Seminar in New York City on October 22, 2016.