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AILA is pleased to make available a limited number of conference registration scholarships to the paralegals/legal assistants of AILA members and full-time law students in exchange for volunteer assistance at the 2019 Annual Conference.
Paralegals and Legal Assistants: Must have the AILA member attest on the online application form guaranteeing payment of the registration fee if the volunteer fails to fulfill his or her volunteer obligations and personally pay the registration fee as a result. Only one volunteer per law firm is permitted.
Law Students: Must be currently enrolled in a full-time course of study at the time of the conference. Students who graduate before June 22, 2019, are not eligible for a scholarship.
The deadline for completed applications is March 15, 2019; however, positions are usually filled sooner. One volunteer per law firm. Questions may be emailed to: email@example.com (no phone calls please).
This self-paced CLE online course, eligible for up to 17.25 credits in 60-minute jurisdictions, provides over 20 hours of content for new immigration attorneys in 11 modules, combining a focus on the law itself as well as practice skills.Register Now
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