Immigration Enforcement in the Age of Trump
Wednesday, October 18, 2017 | Noon - 2 p.m. | Hofstra Law School | Room 308
Nearly one year after Donald Trump was elected president, the legal landscape for immigrants in the U.S. has changed dramatically. This panel will explore what these changes have meant for enforcement practices of ICE, immigrant children and youth, and humanitarian relief for immigrants.
Pizza and refreshments will be provided.
Stefan Krieger, Professor of Law, Director of the Center for Applied Legal Reasoning, and Director Emeritus of Hofstra Law Clinical Programs
Theo Liebmann, Clinical Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Programs
Emily Torstveit-Ngara, Visiting Assistant Clinical Professor of Law and Attorney-in-Charge for the Deportation Defense Clinic
Lauris Wren, Clinical Professor of Law, Attorneyin-Charge for the Asylum Clinic and the Immigration Clinic, and Director for the LGBT Rights Fellowship
Jennifer A. Gundlach, Clinical Professor of Law
Co-sponsored by the Black Law Students Association (BLSA), the Immigration Law Society, the Latino/a American Law Students Association (LALSA), OUTLaw, the Public Justice Foundation and the South Asian Law Student Association (SALSA).
Wednesday, October 18, 2017
Hempstead, NY 11549