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Become A Pro at Federal Court Litigation

Fed Ct Litigation Conference
Learn what it takes to be a top practitioner in federal court: issue spotting, civil procedure and practical litigation tools. Experienced litigators will help you develop skills to handle complex issues and practice scenarios that are common in federal immigration litigation. Order this webcast today and start learning!

Litigation Section Tools and Resources

  • Calendar of Events
    AILA Federal Court Litigation Section calendar of events, including upcoming meetings, conference calls, CLE seminars, and other activities.
  • AILA CLE Events and Publications
    Federal court litigation in-person conferences, audio/web seminars and recordings, conference recordings, podcasts, and publications.
  • Issue-Based Practice Advisories and Papers
    Issue papers, practice advisories and other resources that provide in-depth discussion and analysis of substantive immigration issues from a litigation perspective.
  • Sample Briefs
    Sample legal briefs and motions for circuit court and district court cases.
  • Message Center: Federal Court Litigation Section Forums
    Seek answers to procedural and substantive litigation questions and share your court experiences with fellow section members in the Federal Court Litigation Section forum on AILA’s Message Center.
    AILA Doc. No. 11072677.
  • Find A Section Member
    Complete list of Federal Court Litigation Section members. Sort by name, city, or state.
    AILA Doc. No. 11072779.
  • Litigation-Based Web Resources
    External links to litigation-based education and legal research resources. AILA Doc. No. 11072857.
    AILA Doc. No. 11072857.
  • Behind the Case
    VOICE’s “Behind the Case” column profiles attorneys who have represented clients in recent seminal decisions that could have a far-reaching impact. The purpose of the column is to provide our readers with valuable insight that they can apply to their own cases.
 
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