CJE CLE: “Representing Non-Citizens in the Era of Trump”

 

CJE CLE “Representing Non-Citizens in the Era of Trump”

 

Friday, September 21, 2018
9:00 am – 4:00 pm

 

Logan Building
500 Union St
9th Floor Conference Center
Seattle, WA 98101

 


 

Citizens for Judicial Excellence presents another CLE in its series of Continuing Legal Education courses on September 21, 2018, from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm. The CLE will be held at Regus Carillon Point.

Course Description: A review of the challenges representing in criminal defense cases those individuals who are non-documented residents, non-citizens, ESL citizens, and foreign visitors. This is a practical workshop intended to provide you with the legal tools to defend diverse clients:

  • Bail Bond Issues for Non-Citizens
  • Addressing Diversity in Voir Dire
  • Effectively Working with Interpreters
  • Prok Issues
  • Immigration Consequences of Criminal Offenses
  • Ethics Issues Related to Representing Non-Citizens and ESL Clients

Instructors include:

  • Dennis Behrend, Lacey O’Malley Bail Bond Agency
  • Hilary Han, Immigration Attorney
  • Cassandra Lopez de Arriaga, Trial Attorney
  • Iratxe Cardwell, Interpreter
  • Sarah Cho, Attorney
  • Jason Lantz, Attorney

This CLE has been approved by WSBA for 5.75 credits (including 1 Ethics credit).
WSBA Activity #1078873

This CLE is free for CJE members. $225 for attorneys not a member of CJE. Seating is limited so register early. CJE members are given priority.

(Lunch will be provided courtesy of CJE. Doors open at 8:30 a.m. for coffee and pastries.)