Prepare for public interest summer internships and pro bono work at private firms with this crash course in asylum law! Professor Hans Christian Linnartz and local immigration attorneys will lead a fun, informative program including a brief lecture, mock intake interviews, and a mock immigration trial. Come to learn, come to network, and come to eat a catered breakfast and Chai's lunch! For more information, please contact Catherine Kimel at email@example.com.
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