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CLE# 2002-022: Due Process Rights of Foreign Nationals in the United States: What’s Left After 9/11?

Credits: 3.75 General

Date: Friday, November 8, 2002


NO DVD or Audio available

Course Materials Only:

*No CLE credit for materials only.


Topics:

The rights of foreign nationals in the United Sates; the changing laws affecting foreign nationals; perspective of foreign governments on the rights of their nationals in the U.S.


Faculty:

Robert Rubin, Legal Director of the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights for the San Francisco Bay Area; Jay W. Stansell, Assistant Federal Public Defender, Seattle, WA; Rich Curtner, Federal Public Defender, Alaska; Mara Kimmel, attorney; Robin Bronen, Program Director, Immigration & Refugee Services, Catholic Social Services; Consular Corps Panel:  Francis J. Nosek, Czech Republic;, Julio De La Cruz, Dominican Republic, Diddy R. M. Hitchins, Great Britain, Kazuo Obinata, Japan; Roberto Caldera, Mexico; and Steve R. Smirnoff, Russian Federation.


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