To be held 10 AM - 2:30 PM. Think your future career might be in asylum and refugee law? Plan on doing pro bono asylum work at a firm? Come to this seminar to learn everything you need to know to hit the ground running. The first half of the program will give you an overview of immigration and asylum law. The second half of the program will be an interactive case workshop, guiding you through sample asylum applications and processes. Breakfast, coffee, and lunch will be provided. Co-sponsored by the Refugee Asylum and Support Project (RASP) and the Office of Public Interest and Pro Bono. Led by Professor Hans Linnartz. Attendance is limited to 40 students, so RSVP by Tuesday February 16th to guarantee your spot. Email RSVP and any questions to Tricia Hammond at email@example.com.
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