AILA Doc. No. 15071005 | Dated October 3, 2018
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We are representing the 2018 ABA Annual Meeting which is coming up in Chicago August 1-7 and wanted to reach out about their CLE in the City program that you and the American Immigration Lawyers Association may be interested in. The CLE in the City Series is in its second year, providing opportunities for lawyers to earn credits in Legal Writing, Ethics & Persuasion, and more. Specifically, I thought the American Immigration Lawyers Association might be interested in “The Art and Craft of Legal Writing: Advice from Master Writers” and “The Power of Personal Narrative: The Role of Compelling Storytelling in Criminal and Civil Cases” on Thursday, August 2. Might you be willing to share the below information with your contacts via social media, e-blasts and on your website? Please let me know if you are interested and we are happy to help facilitate.
For more information and to register for CLE in the City, please visit: https://www.americanbar.org/portals/2018-annual-meeting/cle-in-city.html
Eileen M. Martin, a partner with Lippes Mathias Wexler Friedman LLP, was recently re-elected to the executive committee of the business law section of the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) for a one-year term.
The OBA, a branch of the Canadian Bar Association, represents 17,000 lawyers, judges, notaries, law teachers, and law students from across the province.
As the immigration practice team leader at Lippes Mathias, Ms. Martin has more than 20 years of experience in immigration law assisting clients from around the world in various matters including work permits, employment-based immigration, port-of-entry issues, visa issuance, family-based immigration, immigrant and nonimmigrant waivers, and assessment of U.S. citizenship.
Cite as AILA Doc. No. 15071005.