Litigating Asylum Cases in Federal Court: Practical Insights and Critical Components

Litigating Asylum Cases in Federal Court: Practical Insights and Critical Components

Litigating Asylum Cases in Federal Court: Practical Insights and Critical Components (Live Seminar & Recording)
09/19/2024 02:00 PM ET - 03:30 PM ET
$199.00
Litigating Asylum Cases in Federal Court: Practical Insights and Critical Components (Seminar Recording)
$179.00
Live Event Date: 09/19/2024
Format Length CLE Eligible
Web Seminar 90 min. Yes

A petition for review to a U.S. circuit court of appeals is often “the last best hope” for clients seeking humanitarian protection in the United States; however, the odds are stacked against immigration attorneys and those they represent. The expert faculty on this intermediate seminar will address critical components of the federal court review process as they relate to asylum claims, giving attorneys practical insight, and tips to maximize the chances of success. They also will address litigation strategies relating to the affirmative asylum backlog.

Featured Topics:

  • Federal court jurisdiction and standards of review
  • Challenging adverse credibility and frivolous asylum findings on appeal
  • Persuasive brief writing in asylum cases
  • Motions to remand for newly available relief
  • Litigation trends and strategies: challenging endless delays in the affirmative asylum process

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Leah L. Chavarria (DL), AILA AILA Federal Court Litigation Section Steering Committee/ICE Liaison Committee, San Diego, CA

*Mark A. Prada, AILA Federal Court Litigation Section Steering Committee Chair/Benefits Litigation Committee, Miami, FL

Kathleen Kersh, AILA Federal Court Litigation Section Steering Committee, Dayton, OH

*Adam W. Boyd, Seattle WA

The speaker's/author's views do not necessarily represent the views of AILA, nor do they constitute legal advice or representation. Practice tips provided are based on the speaker's/author's experiences and the current state of the law. Please be sure to conduct legal research and analysis for your unique situation as the law changes quickly and experiences may differ from your own.