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Representing Asylum Seekers

September 28, 2017 – November 2, 2017

 

$310 per person for CLINIC affiliate agencies

$335 per person for other nonprofit agency staff

$465 per person for private attorneys and staff

 

Register Here

Course Outline and Schedule

 

This five-week training is designed as an introductory course on asylum law. It will provide an overview of asylum law and procedures, as well as offer tips on interviewing clients and advocating on their behalf.  This course will provide an in-depth analysis of the various protected grounds and other key issues, including particular social group, the one-year filing deadline and its exceptions, mandatory bars to eligibility, the protection screening process, withholding of removal, and relief under the Convention Against Torture.  The last part of the course will focus on preparing an asylum case from the initial interview through the various stages: the Asylum Office, Immigration Court, Board of Immigration Appeals, and Federal Court.

The course starts on September 28, with access to the e-learning course website and Week One assignment. Once you receive your user name and password, you may participate in a variety of activities for self-directed learning, including reading assignments, exercises, and quizzes.  The course will be interactive, with opportunities for online discussion among students, and between the students and the instructors.  The course also includes five live webinars conducted on consecutive Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. Eastern starting on Thursday October 5th.   Each webinar is recorded and posted on the course website after the webinar is conducted.  Although we encourage participants to attend the live webinars each week, you will be able to listen to a recording of any webinar you are unable to attend whenever you choose to do so.

The instructors for this course are CLINIC attorneys Reena Arya, Michelle Mendez and Rebecca Scholtz.  For questions about this course, please contact Reena Arya at rarya@cliniclegal.org

 

Training Level: Introductory.  This is an introduction to asylum law for practitioners who already have some exposure to immigration law fundamentals.

Course Completion Requirements:  Course participants will receive a course completion certificate if they (a) attend or listen to recordings of the weekly course webinar, and (b) complete the required course activity for the week. You have up to two weeks after the last live webinar in the course to meet these requirements.

Registration: The training is for the staff of Catholic Charities and other community-based organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status, and attorneys and legal staff of private law offices.  If you are registering as staff of a community-based organization, you must email a copy of your IRS 501(c)(3) letter designating your agency as a nonprofit entity to Jon Braswell at jcbraswell@cliniclegal.org. Your registration will be confirmed upon receipt of this letter. If you are an attorney, please include your state bar number. Payment is 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.  California attorneys participating in this course are eligible to claim CLE credit based on the number of webinars attended or viewed in this course. If you are an attorney licensed in another state, please check with your state bar to determine whether this training qualifies for MCLE credit.

Training Category: 

E-learning Course: Evaluation Skills for Sharing Successful Immigration Stories 

September 6, 2017 - October 14, 2017

Webinars will take place every Wednesday 2:00-3:30pm EST

$200 per person for CLINIC affiliate agencies
   $225 per person for other nonprofit agency staff
$325 per person for private attorneys and staff

REGISTER HERE

This course is unique to the field of immigration services and is being presented for the second time. The curriculum contains vital information of interest to executive directors and program directors providing immigration legal services in addition to funders interested in supporting immigration.

The four-week course identifies complex human needs created by global migration and how U.S.-based nonprofit immigration legal programs respond to such needs with varying service delivery models, legal and otherwise.  The course reveals the wealth of data immigration programs collect about their services and client outcomes.  Different program evaluation methods are presented that can be tailored to fit any immigration program’s desire to improve its practices.   Examples are shared as to how day-to-day data points can be turned into compelling stories about immigration successes locally and nationally in order to gain more stakeholder support and community donations.

 

For a detailed course outline, including the dates and times of the live webinars, click here.

 

Training Level: Advanced

This is a detailed look into a nonprofit immigration legal program’s service delivery models and data collection habits revealing how legal services effectively respond to global migration needs strengthening families, local communities and the United States. This course is appropriate for executive directors, program managers, immigration legal representatives, policy advocates and community organizers from a wide range of nonprofit settings.  Funders of immigration services will also benefit from this course as it will reveal the many ways in which philanthropic donations are wisely invested in the United States’ ongoing, successful immigrant integration story.

The trainers for this course are members of CLINIC’s Capacity Building section: Jeff Chenoweth (Section Director) and Laura Burdick (Field Support Coordinator).  For questions about the course content, please contact Nathaly Perez at nperez@cliniclegal.org.

The course opens on September 6th with access to the e-learning website and week one assignment. The first webinar is on September 13th at 2:00 pm (Eastern) followed by each subsequent webinar on Wednesdays ending October 4 for a total of four, 90-minute sessions. Once you receive your user name and password, you may participate in a variety of activities for self-directed learning, including reading assignments, sample materials to review, and quizzes.  The course will be interactive, with opportunities for online and real-time discussion among students, and between students and instructors.  Although we encourage participants to attend the live webinars each week, each 90-minute presentation and discussion time will be recorded so students may listen to archived sessions and still complete the course.

Course Completion Requirements:  Course participants will receive a course completion certificate if they (a) attend or view recordings of the weekly course webinar and (b) complete each weekly course quiz. You have up to two weeks after the last live webinar in the course to meet these requirements.

 

Registration: The training is for the staff or volunteers of Catholic Charities and other community-based organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status.  If you are registering as staff/volunteer of a community-based organization that is not a current affiliate, you must upload a copy of your IRS 501(c)(3) letter designating your agency as a nonprofit entity in the registration link above. Your registration will be confirmed upon receipt of this letter. Payment is 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.

The deadline for registration is August 30th or sooner, if registration is filled. For registration information contact Jon Braswell at jcbraswell@cliniclegal.org.

 

 

 

 

Training Category: 

E-learning Course: Immigration Program Management Techniques and Strategies

October 11, 2017 – November 15, 2017

The first webinar will be on October 18th

Webinars will take place every Wednesday 2:00-3:30pm EST

 

$200 per person for CLINIC affiliate agencies
   $225 per person for other nonprofit agency staff
$325 per person for private attorneys and staff

 

Register Here

 

This four-week course covers the basic components of effective immigration legal services program management. Throughout the course, participants will learn best practices in staffing, case management, and financial management, as well as strategies to acquire the necessary space, equipment and tools needed for an efficiently-operating program.  An optional session on Department of Justice (DOJ) Recognition and Accreditation will also be included as the fifth week session.

 

Click Here for a detailed course outline and webinar schedule

 

Training Level: Introductory

This is an overview of best practices for program management of a charitable legal immigration services program. This course is appropriate for program staff from a wide range of organizations, including established immigration programs, ethnic and immigrant organizations, domestic violence and sexual assault coalitions and service providers, unions, social services and medical providers, and educational programs (ESL and Citizenship).

The trainers for this course are members of CLINIC’s Capacity Building section: Jeff Chenoweth (Section Director); Laura Burdick, Nathaly Perez and Helen Chen (Field Support Coordinators); and Silvana Arista (OVW Project Attorney).  For questions about the course content, please contact Nathaly Perez (nperez@cliniclegal.org).

The course opens on October 11th with access to the e-learning course website and week one assignment. The course includes four webinars, with an optional fifth webinar, conducted on consecutive Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m. Eastern starting on October 18th.  Each webinar lasts approximately 90 minutes, and it is recorded and posted on the course website after the webinar is conducted. Although we encourage participants to attend the live webinars each week, you will be able to listen to and view a recording of any webinar you are unable to attend whenever you choose to do so.

Course Completion Requirements:  Course participants will receive a course completion certificate if they (a) attend or view recordings of the weekly course webinar and (b) complete each weekly course quiz.   You have up to two weeks after the last live webinar in the course to meet these requirements.

 

Registration: The training is for the staff or volunteers of Catholic Charities and other community-based organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status.  If you are registering as staff/volunteer of a community-based organization that is not a current affiliate, you must upload a copy of your IRS 501(c)(3) letter designating your agency as a nonprofit entity in the registration link above. Your registration will be confirmed upon receipt of this letter. Payment is 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.

Space is limited. The deadline for registration is October 4th or sooner, if registration is filled. For registration information contact Jon Braswell at jcbraswell@cliniclegal.org .

Training Category: 

Introduction to Immigration Law Practice: A Course for New Practitioners

 

August 1 – September 12, 2017

 

$320 per person for CLINIC affiliate agencies

$335 per person for other nonprofit agency staff

$465 per person for private attorneys and staff

 

Register Here

Course Outline

 

This six-week e-learning course provides the new immigration practitioner with an overview of immigration law concepts and the practice skills necessary to be an effective advocate. Through readings, webinars, and exercises, participants will learn key concepts and remedies in immigration law and the functions of the different government agencies that carry out the law.  Topics covered will include the following: introductory immigration concepts: an overview of family-based immigration; an overview of obtaining permanent residence status; inadmissibility and deportability concepts; overview of removal proceedings; naturalization and citizenship; and other immigration benefits, such as relief for victims of crime and domestic violence, Temporary Protected Status (TPS), and Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA).  The course will also incorporate legal research and client interviewing exercises and ethical issues in the practice of immigration law.

The course starts on August 1st with access to the e-learning course website and week one assignment. Once you receive your user name and password, you may participate in a variety of activities for self-directed learning, including reading assignments, exercises, sample materials to review, quizzes, and discussion questions.  The course will be interactive, with opportunities for online and real-time discussion among students, and between students and instructors. The course also includes six webinars conducted on consecutive Tuesdays at 2:00 p.m. Eastern starting on August 8, 2017.  Each webinar lasts approximately 90 minutes, and is recorded and posted on the course website after the webinar is conducted.  Although we encourage participants to attend the live webinars each week, you will be able to listen to and view a recording of any webinar you are unable to attend whenever you choose to do so.

Please note that the course is geared toward individuals who have little to no prior immigration law experience and is open to attorneys and advocates.

The instructors for this course will be CLINIC Training and Legal Support Attorneys.  For questions about the course content, please contact Charles Wheeler at cwheeler@cliniclegal.org.

Course Requirements: Course participants are required to attend or view recordings of the course webinars and complete a weekly exercise in order to receive a course completion certificate at the end of the course. 

Registration: The training is for the staff of Catholic Charities and other community-based organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status, and attorneys and legal staff of private law offices.  If you are registering as staff of a community-based organization, you must email a copy of your IRS 501(c)(3) letter designating your agency as a nonprofit entity to Jon Braswell at jcbraswell@cliniclegal.org. Your registration will be confirmed upon receipt of this letter. If you are an attorney, please include your state bar number. Payment is 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.  California attorneys participating in this course are eligible to claim CLE credit based on the number of webinars attended or viewed in this course. If you are an attorney licensed in another state, please check with your state bar to determine whether this training qualifies for MCLE credit

 

Training Category: 

Comprehensive Overview of Immigration Law: A Course for New Practitioners

October 3, 2017 – November 17, 2017

$450 per person for CLINIC affiliate agencies

$495 per person for other nonprofit agency staff

$575 per person for private attorneys and staff

 

Register Here

Course Outline (PDF)

 

If you want to learn immigration law and are ready for an accelerated e-learning experience, register for CLINIC’s Comprehensive Overview of Immigration Law

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 BIA accreditation. 

 

Course Structure

The course starts on October 3, 2017 with access to the e-learning course website.  The first webinar will be held on the 10th. 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.

 

Course Instructors

The trainers for this course are CLINIC attorneys Kristina Karpinski, Ilissa Mira and Susan Schreiber, . For questions about the course content, please contact Susan Schreiber at sschreiber@cliniclegal.org

 

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) pass an open-book final exam.  You have until December 8, three weeks after the last live webinar in the course, to meet these requirements.

 

Registration

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.  Please use the link at the top of this flier to find out if you qualify and how to apply.   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 Jon Braswell at jcbraswell@cliniclegal.org. .

 

Course registrants from private law offices 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.

 

Training Category: 

E-learning Course: Grounds of Inadmissibility

June 29 – July 27, 2017

$240 per person for CLINIC affiliate agencies
$265 per person for other nonprofit agency staff
$365 per person for private attorneys and staff

Register Here

Course Schedule

 

This four-week training on the grounds of inadmissibility provides an in-depth examination of the most common grounds of inadmissibility. The training will cover when and to whom inadmissibility applies.  We will explore the grounds of inadmissibility for unlawful presence and other immigration violations, fraud and false claims to citizenship, smuggling, crimes, and health-based grounds. While we will touch on the waivers available for some of these grounds, we will not look closely at waivers and how to apply for them; these will be covered by CLINIC's e-learning course Understanding and Preparing Waivers.  

 

The course starts on June 29 with access to the e-learning course website and week one assignment. The first webinar will be held on July 6th. Once you receive your user name and password, you may participate in a variety of activities for self-directed learning, including reading assignments, exercises, and quizzes. The course will be interactive, with opportunities for online discussion among students, and between the students and the instructors. 

 

The course also includes four live webinars conducted on consecutive Thursdays at 2:00 p.m. Eastern starting on Thursday, July 6.  Each webinar lasts approximately 90 minutes and is recorded and posted on the course website after the webinar is conducted.  Although we encourage participants to attend the live webinars each week, you will be able to listen to and view a recording of any webinar you are unable to attend whenever you choose to do so.

  

The instructors for this course are CLINIC attorneys Charles Wheeler and Ilissa Mira. For questions about the course content, please contact Ilissa Mira at imira@cliniclegal.org.

 

Training Level: Introductory: This is an introduction to grounds of inadmissibility for the practitioner who already has some exposure to immigration law fundamentals. Basic familiarity with immigration law vocabulary is assumed

Course Completion Requirements:  Course participants will receive a course completion certificate if they (a) attend or view recordings of the weekly course webinar and (b) complete the required course activity for the week. You have up to two weeks after the last live webinar in the course to meet these requirements.

Registration: The training is for the staff of Catholic Charities and other community-based organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status, and attorneys and legal staff of private law offices.  If you are registering as staff of a community-based organization, you must email a copy of your IRS 501(c)(3) letter designating your agency as a nonprofit entity to Jon Braswell at jcbraswell@cliniclegal.org.Your registration will be confirmed upon receipt of this letter. If you are an attorney, please include your state bar number. Payment is 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.

 

Training Category: 

E-learning Course: Understanding and Preparing Waivers

October 4 – November 1, 2017

$240 per person for CLINIC affiliate agencies
$265 per person for other nonprofit agency staff
$365 per person for private attorneys and staff

Register Here

 

Waivers of the grounds of inadmissibility are an essential part of immigration practice.  This four-week course will present information on both the theory and practice of developing and submitting successful waiver applications.  Participants will learn what the legal standards of extreme hardship are, how to create a theory of the case, how to marshal the facts, and what kinds of supporting documentation to submit.  By the end of the course, participants will be better able to analyze the strengths and weaknesses of specific cases and advise clients on their chances for success.  The course will include a detailed information on the expanded provisional waiver program and the agency guidance on extreme hardship.

 

The course starts on October 4th with access to the e-learning course website and week one assignment. The first webinar will be held on the 11th. Once you receive your user name and password, you may participate in a variety of activities for self-directed learning, including reading assignments, exercises, and quizzes. The course will be interactive, with opportunities for online discussion among students, and between the students and the instructors. The course also includes four live webinars conducted on consecutive Wednesdays at 2:00 p.m. Eastern starting on October 13.  Each webinar lasts approximately 90 minutes and is recorded and posted on the course website after the webinar is conducted.  Although we encourage participants to attend the live webinars each week, you will be able to listen to and view a recording of any webinar you are unable to attend whenever you choose to do so. A course outline will be available on the CLINIC website by September 1.

  

The instructors for this course are CLINIC attorneys Michelle Mendez and Charles Wheeler. For questions about the course content, please contact Charles Wheeler at cwheeler@cliniclegal.org.

 

Training Level: Introductory: This is an introduction to waivers of inadmissibility for the practitioner who already has some exposure to immigration law fundamentals. Basic familiarity with immigration law vocabulary and the grounds of inadmissibility is assumed.

 

Course Completion Requirements:  Course participants will receive a course completion certificate if they (a) attend or view recordings of the weekly course webinar and (b) complete the required course activity for the week. You have up to two weeks after the last live webinar in the course to meet these requirements.

  

Registration: The training is for the staff of Catholic Charities and other community-based organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status, and attorneys and legal staff of private law offices.  If you are registering as staff of a community-based organization, you must email a copy of your IRS 501(c)(3) letter designating your agency as a nonprofit entity to Jon Braswell at jcbraswell@cliniclegal.org. Your registration will be confirmed upon receipt of this letter. If you are an attorney, please include your state bar number. Payment is 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. California attorneys participating in this course are eligible to claim CLE credit based on the number of webinars attended or viewed in this course. If you are an attorney licensed in another state, please check with your state bar to determine whether this training qualifies for MCLE credit.

Training Category: 

E-learning Course: Selected Issues in U Status

September 7 – September 28, 2017

$240 per person for CLINIC affiliate agencies
$265 per person for other nonprofit agency staff
$365 per person for private attorneys and staff

Register Here

This three-week training will review the fundamentals of obtaining U nonimmigrant status for victims of certain crimes, as well as focus in on cutting edge or developing topics related to U visa eligibility and  related benefits for family members.  Advocates who have previous training or experience with U status cases will have an opportunity to learn about new legal developments, consider strategic issues for applicants and family members, and strengthen their ability to prepare successful applications for U status and subsequent adjustment of status.   

Topics covered will include

  • qualifying crimes;
  • waivers of inadmissibility;
  • consular processing;
  • advanced issues related to derivative beneficiaries;
  • adjustment of status;
  • the I-929 application for other family members;
  • and the impact of the annual cap on U status approvals.

 

The course starts on Thursday, September 7 with access to the e-learning course website and a live webinar at 3:00 p.m EDT providing an overview of U status eligibility. Each of the following three weeks of the course addresses specific issues related to U status, with related reading assignments, exercises and quizzes.  This coursework is interactive, with opportunities for online discussion among students, and between the students and the instructors.  Each week of the course concludes with a live 90-minute webinar, conducted on consecutive Thursdays at 3:00pm. EDT, where the course instructors will review and discuss the course content for that week.  Each live webinar is recorded and posted on the course website after the webinar is conducted.  Although we encourage participants to attend the live webinars each week, you will be able to listen to and view a recording of any webinar you are unable to attend whenever you choose to do so.  A course outline is available here.

 

  

The instructors for this course are CLINIC attorneys Sarah Bronstein and Susan Schreiber.  For questions about the course content, please contact Sarah Bronstein at sbronstein@cliniclegal.org.  

 

Training Level: Intermediate.  This course is designed for the practitioner who already has some experience with U status

Course Completion Requirements: 

 Course participants will receive a course completion certificate if they (a) attend or view recordings of all four course webinars and (b) complete the three required course activities.  You have up to two weeks after the last live webinar in the course to meet these requirements.

Registration: The training is for the staff of Catholic Charities and other community-based organizations with IRS 501(c)(3) status, and attorneys and legal staff of private law offices.  If you are registering as staff of a community-based organization, you must email a copy of your IRS 501(c)(3) letter designating your agency as a nonprofit entity to Jon Braswell at jcbraswell@cliniclegal.org. Your registration will be confirmed upon receipt of this letter. If you are an attorney, please include your state bar number. Payment is 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 course.

 

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.  California attorneys participating in this course are eligible to claim CLE credit based on the number of webinars attended or viewed in this course. If you are an attorney licensed in another state, please check with your state bar to determine whether this training qualifies for MCLE credit.

 

Training Category: 

This six-week e-learning course provides the new immigration practitioner with an overview of immigration law concepts and the practice skills necessary to be an effective advocate. Through readings, webinars, and exercises, participants will learn key concepts and remedies in immigration law and the functions of the different government agencies that carry out the law.