January 15 - March 1, 2018$450 per person for CLINIC affiliate agencies $495 per person for other nonprofit agency staff $575 per person for private attorneys and staff
This intensive six-week e-learning course provides immigration law advocates and new practitioners with an overview of core immigration law concepts and the practice skills necessary to be an effective advocate. This course is a great way to quickly learn the fundamentals of immigration law necessary to be an effective practitioner and establish the training background to support an application for DOJ accreditation.
The course starts on January 16th with access to the e-learning course website. Each week of the course includes two units, and each unit focuses on a specific theme. Each of the 12 units will consist of a live webinar and a set of self-directed activities, which include readings, exercises and a quiz. The webinars will be recorded, allowing students the flexibility to work the course into their busy schedules. The course is interactive, with opportunities for online and real-time discussion among students, and between students and instructors. The course concludes with an open-book final exam that students have three weeks to complete.
Who Should Take This Course?
This course is appropriate for the aspiring or new practitioner who is prepared to make the time commitment required to fully participate in this course and complete its requirements. This course has an accelerated pace, including two 90-minute webinars each week, as well as self-directed learning activities to support each course unit. Overall, a course participant should expect to spend between eight and ten hours each week to attend or listen to recordings of the weekly webinars, and complete the corresponding course activities. At the conclusion of the six-week course, you will also need to devote additional time for study and review as you take the open-book final exam. If you have the time to devote to this learning experience, then this course is a great way to quickly learn the fundamentals of immigration law.
The trainers for this course are CLINIC attorneys Sarah Bronstein, Reena Arya and Susan Schreiber. For questions about the course content, please contact Susan Schreiber at email@example.com
Course Completion Requirements
Course participants will receive a course completion certificate if they (a) attend or view recordings of each of the twelve course webinars; (b) complete each unit quiz; and (c) complete an open-book final exam. You have until March 22, three weeks after the last live webinar in the course, to meet these requirements.
The training is for the staff of non-profit organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status, and attorneys and legal staff of private law offices. Note that all persons seeking to register as staff of a non-profit organization must scan and email a copy of the IRS 501(c)(3) letter designating your agency as a nonprofit entity to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Course registrants may pay by credit card only. Please be sure to register under the correct category and for the correct training. All registration changes or cancellations are subject to an administrative charge of $70.00. Please note that CLINIC can only issue refunds for an e-learning course until one week prior to the first day of the training.
Please provide the full name and a working email address for each individual taking this course. We will communicate with each registrant via email only, so it is very important that we have the correct name and email address for each registrant listed on the registration form.
CLE for Attorney Participants
CLINIC is authorized by the State Bar of California to provide minimum continuing legal education (MCLE) trainings. E-learning participants are eligible to claim 1.5 hours of MCLE credits per webinar for the webinar component of our e-learning immigration law courses. If you are an attorney licensed in another state, please check with your state bar to determine whether this training qualifies for MCLE credit.