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Immigration Practice News, June 2012 (Vol. 3, No. 4)

Cite as "AILA InfoNet Doc. No. 12061147 (posted Jun. 11, 2012)"

AILA's Ethics and Practice Management Committee brings you the latest issue of Immigration Practice News on our digital reading platform! You can peruse the new edition on your home computer, smart phone, or tablet like an iPad! As always, use the top navigation bar to flip pages, print, search for keywords, share with colleagues, and much more!

For those who have trouble with the new format, the PDF version is also available.

In This Issue:

"Picking Up the Pieces of an Abandoned Practice"
Here are some tips when you unexpectedly take on the caseload of a suspended attorney.

"What Do You Do When the Damage is Done?"
Read some straight talk on how to advocate for your clients while maintaining your integrity.

"Crime Without Punishment: How Should a Client Answer?"
Here's some advice for the ethically-minded lawyer on how to handle potential past criminality on immigration forms.

"Overseeing Contract Workers and Managing Unethical Behavior"
Lawyers are ultimately responsible for rendering competent legal services to the client and must diligently supervise contract workers. So, what can attorneys do to ensure that contract workers don't engage in bad behavior?

"USCIS Amends Policies on Role of Private Attorneys"
Learn about AILA's reaction and recommendations regarding the latest access-to-counsel issues.

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