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Helping your Practice Deal with the 9/11 Tragedy

The 9/11 tragedy has been a dual tragedy for the immigration field. Not only have all been hurt as Americans, but we now face an assault on due-process which may affect all forms of immigration - family and business. ILW.COM is presenting a three-part seminar series to help attorneys cope, think about, and strategize in order to preserve and further their practices now, and in the coming months. Here are some points about the series:

  • The date for the first seminar has been moved to Friday, September 28th from 2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. The second seminar will be in November, and the final seminar in December. The deadline to sign up is midnight Wednesday, September 26.
  • The seminar is conducted by phone, you can listen in from the convenience of your office. The seminar will be supplemented by an email list-serv, which will permit attendees to ask questions to the speakers.
  • This seminar is not priced at ILW.COM's usual price of $499 per series. It is priced at-cost at $99 for the whole series. The speakers are kindly volunteering their time. Seminar attendees can share the cost by listening to the series from one speaker phone.
  • Judy Golub of AILA and Carol Wolchok of the ABA will present information and analysis of Congressional action and legislation. Angelo Paparelli will present practice pointers on employment-based immigration issues which are affected by the tragedy and its aftermath. Denyse Sabagh will present practice pointers on how to help clients of ethnic Arab origin or of the Muslim faith. Stephen Yale-Loehr will moderate the series. We will likely add further speakers, depending on how matters develop.
  • You can sign up online or by fax.

For more info, or to sign up online, click here.
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