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AILA Doc. No. 14102240 | Dated January 29, 2015 | File Size: 1761 KDownload the Document
There are special ethical considerations attorneys must make when representing children in removal proceedings. Learn more about the importance of Rule 1.14 Client with Diminished Capacity, communications with children, conflicts of interest, and much more in this article from AILA’s PPC.
For further guidance on ethics questions, visit the AILA Ethics Compendium today!
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