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4/10 Washington DC: Symposium on Immigration Law, Criminal Law & Detention
Released 28 March 2015  By Jayesh Rathod-American University Washington College of Law

4/10 in DC: Symposium on Immigration Law, Criminal Law & Detention

American University is hosting a symposium on Friday, April 10 on the Intersection of Immigration Law, Criminal Law, and Detention, organized by the Federal Bar Associationís Immigration Law Section. The conference will feature two federal judges, numerous immigration court judges, and attorneys from around the country practicing in the government, private, and non-profit sectors. The current agenda is attached.

The symposium will feature both a fundamentals track along with an advanced track, with a total of eight panels. The conference will also highlight the dramatic number of prosecutions of immigrants reentering the United States after removal, with several speakers from border areas. A list of confirmed speakers is below.

For More Information and to Register:

Confirmed Speakers:
Heidi Altman, Legal Director, Capital Area Immigrantsí Rights Coalition
Prof. Farrin Anello, Seton Hall Law School
Hon. Robert C. Brack, U.S. District Judge, D. New Mexico
Elizabeth Carlson, Maggio + Kattar PC, Washington DC
Ray Fasano, Youman, Madeo & Fasano LLP, New York, NY
Hon. Robin Feder, Immigration Court, Boston, MA
Prof. Amanda Frost, American University Washington College of Law
Anna Gallagher, Maggio + Kattar PC, Washington, DC
Tina Goel, Law Offices of Mark J. Shmueli, Takoma Park, MD
Hon. John Gossart, Immigration Judge, Baltimore, MD (retired)
Prof. Joanne Gottesman, Rutgers-Camden
Hon. Dorothy Harbeck, Elizabeth, NJ Immigration Court, Co-Chair
Hon. Ricardo H. Hinojosa, U.S. District Judge, Southern District of Texas
Gabriela Hopkins, Assistant Public Defender, Baltimore, MD
Hon. Amiena Khan, Newark, NJ Immigration Court
Kristin Kimmelman, Federal Public Defender, El Paso, TX
Prof. David Koelsch, Detroit-Mercy School of Law
Hon. Steven Morley, Immigration Court, Philadelphia, PA
Mark Noferi, American Immigration Council
Helen Parsonage, Elliott, Morgan & Parsonage, Winston-Salem, NC
Mark Prokosch, Karem Law, Bloomington, MN
Prof. Jayesh Rathod, American University Washington College of Law
Jon Sands, Federal Public Defender, Phoenix, AZ
Scott Seguin, Calderon Seguin, Fairfax, VA
Mark J. Shmueli, Law Offices of Mark J. Shmueli, Symposium Co-Chair
Prof. Anita Sinha, American University Washington College of Law
Prof. Maureen Sweeney, University of Maryland
Hon. Mimi Tsankov, Immigration Court, Denver, CO
Andrew Wachtenheim, Immigrant Defense Project, NY
George Ward, Deputy Chief Counsel, ICE OPLA, Arlington, VA
Amelia Wilson, American Friends Service Committee, Newark, NJ

Jayesh Rathod
Associate Professor of Law
Director, Immigrant Justice Clinic
American University Washington College of Law
4801 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20016
Tel. 202-274-4459
Twitter: @profrathod

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