Federal Indian and Immigration Law CLE via Zoom 12/9/2020

Federal Indian and Immigration Law CLE Announcement

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NOTICE OF CLE PROGRAM

The NDNY-FCBA’s CLE Committee Presents

“FEDERAL INDIAN AND IMMIGRATION LAW”

 Wednesday, December 9, 2020  3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

 Because of COVID-19 related restrictions, this CLE will be offered in a virtual setting, via Zoom. To register for this CLE webinar, click the link provided to receive a link to log in.

 The program will begin with an overview of the areas of immigration law which are pertinent to attorneys practicing within the Northern District of New York, including addressing expedited removal, admission at the border, immigrants’ due process rights at the border, and the travel bans implemented by the current administration. This discussion will also touch upon items that practitioners may encounter during their practice, including collateral consequences. The immigration portion will be followed by a historical overview of the basic tenets of Federal Indian Law, including issues of land tenure, sovereignty, and jurisdiction.  The discussion will also cover the Supreme Court’s recent application of these principals in the historic McGirt v. Oklahoma case, and the multiple ways in which the media has misinterpreted and misreported this important precedent.

Presenters:

Mary E. Armistead, Esq.,
Staff Attorney for The Legal Project’s Immigration Unit Robert Batson, Esq.,
Professor of Indian Law at Albany Law School

Patrick E. Brown, Esq.,
Founding member of Brown & Weinraub, PLLC

 TIMED AGENDA:

3:00 p.m.- Federal Immigration Overview

4:00 p.m. Federal Indian Law Overview

The Northern District of New York Federal Court Bar Association has been certified by the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board as an Accredited Provider of continuing legal education in the State of New York.

“FEDERAL INDIAN AND IMMIGRATION LAW” has been approved in accordance with the requirements of the New York State Continuing Legal Education Board for 2 credits towards the skills requirement *

This program is appropriate for newly admitted and experienced attorneys.  This is a single program.  No partial credit will be awarded.

This program is complimentary to all Northern District of New York  Federal Court Bar Association Members.