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The cornerstone of non-profit immigration law training, CLINIC’s annual Convening brings together more than 300 participants from immigration law programs around the country.


Immigration Policy and Practice for Nonprofit Leaders

About the Convening

As the Supreme Court decides United States v. Texas and the presidential election approaches, our immigrant brothers and sisters stand to be affected in potentially dramatic ways. CLINIC’s Convening provides a chance to focus on how our work in immigration law is “Rooted in the Story of Our Nation,” and how all of us are needed to provide the legal help that will give immigrants hope and allow families to remain together.

Mantenerse Informado

CLINIC ofrece varias series de correos electrónicos con información actualizada sobre noticias de inmigración, como también oportunidades, recursos y programas de CLINIC. Favor de notar que estos correos se envían en inglés.  Si desea recibir estos correos, visite para anotarse.

Read the Article by Mark Pattison, Catholic News Service- September 4, 2015

Reflections on the 10th anniversary of Hurricane Katrina elicit dark memories of loss of life, displacement and destruction. But looking back also reminds us of great acts of heroism and abundant generosity. For social and political reasons, we should take a long, hard look back at 2005 and where we are as a nation today. CLINIC looks back and recalls its own response to the destruction and how the Gulf Coast looks today from the perspective of welcoming immigrants and creating opportunities for social integration in the process.