Recently the handling of civil immigration detainers by local law departments has been heavily scrutinized.
AILA Doc No. 13112051 | Dated November 1, 2013
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"Work Smarter, Not Harder"
Reid F. Trautz of AILA's Practice and Professionalism Center recommends scores of apps to streamline attorneys' personal and professional lives.
"Set the Table First: Running an Immigration Practice Successfully"
Learn how to properly start an immigration law practice whether you're enhancing an existing practice group at a firm or venturing out on your own.
"The Affordable Care Act Demystified"
Perplexed by the Affordable Care Act? Theresa A. Waters, senior director of HR and administration at AILA, gives a brief overview of this ground-breaking legislation and explains what its provisions mean for employers and employees.
"Solo Attorneys: Who's Got Your Back"
You want to always be there for your clients, but some emergencies are unavoidable. Form a relationship with a trustworthy solo attorney who can step in your shoes if you were to become incapacitated. Other Highlights Include:
"Macy’s Settles Following DOJ Investigation"
"Guidance for Achieving Success with Your First EB-5 Case"
"How Immigrants Impact Their Homelands"
"Brother's Legal Battle Inspires Switch from Business to Law"
Pass the Mic
"Alien: What's in a Name? Everything!"
"Canada Cracks Down on Foreign Nationals with Criminal Records
All in the Family
"Meet the Stumps"
"Mindful (not Mindless) Feasting"
"AIC Files BALCA Brief"; "Close Encounter"
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 13112051.