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April 28, 2010

Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions CLE will be held May 5 in Virginia Beach


Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions CLE: Including Analysis of Late-Breaking Supreme Court Decision of Padilla v. Kentucky

This dynamic CLE focuses on the fascinating intersection of criminal and immigration law. Criminal attorneys may often focus on obtaining reduced sentences for their clients. However, these good intentions can often wreck havoc on a foreign national’s immigration status, possibly resulting in malpractice and/or a breech of ethical obligations on the part of the attorney, especially in light of the Supreme Court’s late-breaking decision of Padilla v. Kentucky.  It is critical that practitioners know how non-citizens are affected by criminal activity and how to develop strategies accordingly, whether prosecuting or defending. Our distinguished panels will cover basics of immigration law and immigration consequences of specific criminal offenses, in addition to analysis of Padilla v. Kentucky.
 
Immigration Consequences of Criminal Convictions
Wednesday, May 5, 2010
Regent University School of Law, Room 112, Robertson Hall, Virginia Beach, Virginia
Featuring Mitchell Mosvick, who was on the legal team representing Mr. Padilla for the Supreme Court appeal.
9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
6 hours CLE (approved)  

Details:

  • CLE materials will be emailed to pre-registered participants the night before, and will be available the day of the CLE on CD only. Feel free to bring a laptop to follow along.
  • Lunch is included in the price of the seminar (what a deal!). We must give an exact number for lunch the day before, so while we welcome walk-ins the day of the seminar, we will not be able to provide lunch if you do not pre-register.
  • Parking is on campus and is free.

registration form and details (PDF file)


Updated: Apr 28, 2010