Immigration law is one of the "hot" areas in public interest and government legal practice. Come hear from lawyers that practice immigration law in a variety of contexts to learn about their career paths and work. Kaitlin Love is currently in the Chief Counsel's Office of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services with the Department of Homeland Security. Thomas Fulghum is in private practice in Durham. TeAndra M. Miller is with the Battered Immigrants Project for Legal Aid of NC. Lunch is provided but please bring your own beverage. Program is followed by a 1:30 reception in the Burdman Lounge, room 3000, where students can ask questions in a less formal setting. Contact Emily Sharples at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
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