MPI, CLINIC & Georgetown Law Annual Immigration Conference is One-Stop Shop for Expert Updates and Analysis
SILVER SPRING, Maryland — With immigration policy changes and developments continuing at a rapid pace, this year’s Immigration Law and Policy Conference offers a venue for cutting-edge, expert analysis of the major changes to asylum and legal immigration policy, immigration enforcement, humanitarian admissions and more.
Reporters are invited to cover any and all sessions of the 17th annual conference, organized by the Migration Policy Institute, Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc. and Georgetown Law. For complimentary media registration, contact MPI Communications Director Michelle Mittelstadt at firstname.lastname@example.org. The conference will not be livestreamed.
Going virtual for the first time due to the pandemic, the Immigration Law and Policy Conference will take place on two days, Sept. 21 and Sept. 22, from 2 – 5 p.m. ET.
Hear from panelists including Ronald Brownstein, The Atlantic; Eduardo Porter, The New York Times; Marielena Hincapie, National Immigration Law Center; Amaha Kassa, African Communities Together; Haeyoung Yoon, National Domestic Workers Alliance; and Douglas Stevens, a former asylum officer, about the state of policy, politics and organizing on immigration; updates on the latest administration abuses; and what an improved immigration system could look like. See the full agenda and speaker list here.
The event will not be livestreamed, so you must register to get press access. Follow #ImmConf and @cliniclegal on Twitter to engage during the conference.
For complimentary media registration, contact MPI Communications Director Michelle Mittelstadt at email@example.com.