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LAWS 2845 Immigration Practice (Spring: 3 )

Course Description

Immigration Practice focuses on the practice of immigration law. Students will advocate for hypothetical clients whose cases deal with cutting-edge issues of asylum law, bond, the intersection of immigration law and crimes, and prosecutorial discretion. In-class hearings include an asylum trial, a bond hearing, and a negotiation with ICE in their exercise of prosecutorial discretion.

Instructor(s): Holper

Prerequisites: Immigration Law (LAWS7749).

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Last Updated: 24-Jun-17