Immigration attorneys often struggle with the demands of practicing in a highly complex area of law in which the stakes are extremely high for their clients. These demands are particularly difficult for those new to this area of law, who must grapple with an entirely new set of ethics-related questions: What rules govern the practice of immigration lawyers? What types of conduct are most likely to result in attorney discipline, and how does discipline occur? How can small- and solo-practitioners manage their practices a manner consistent with the relevant rules of professional responsibility?
This course, led by immigration attorney Matthew Blaisdell, will provide an overview of the various regulatory schemes governing the conduct of immigration lawyers and apply them to basic areas of litigation and practice management, with a close analysis of specific, practice-related issues that immigration attorneys should become familiar with.
This course originally appeared as a part of our December 2016 Bridge the Gap Event.
Very informative. Thank you.
The Professor was extremely informative and covered all the questions that i had. Great course!!
Very informative; I did not realize how much more complex this area of law had become.
Well-prepared and well-presented course by a speaker passionate about the topic. Clearly, immigration law is complicated, but this program reassures and inspires attorneys to consider learning about it.