Asylum and Removal Defense Law

Date: Tuesday, December 8, 2020

Time: 12:00 to 1:00 pm

Location: Online Webinar

Cost: $10

Register: Here

MCLE: One Hour of General Participatory MCLE

This program will cover the legal and humanitarian issues arising from the current Migrant Protection Protocols affecting asylum seekers.

Under the current Migrant Protection Protocols, certain foreign individuals seeking asylum at the U.S. southern border are required to wait in Mexico for the duration of their legal proceedings. This program will discuss the legal and humanitarian issues that are arising as a result of this situation, and the work of the Cross-Border Initiative (CBI) program, which is providing legal services to families and children waiting in Mexico while seeking asylum in the United States.

About the Speaker

Margaret Cargioli is Managing Attorney of the Cross-Border Initiative (CBI) program at Immigrant Defenders Law Center based in San Diego, California. She leads the CBI team in providing deportation defense to families on both sides of the border. Throughout her legal career, Margaret has worked on behalf of underserved indigent groups, including victims of domestic violence and asylum seekers.

This webinar is part of our series of continuing legal education (CLE) classes. Since the physical locations of the library closed in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have transitioned our CLE programs online as webinars. These courses have been in high demand and spaces fill up quickly so, please, sign up now to reserve your spot. You will receive an email with your login information after registering for the event.

Our webinars are just one of the many resources that we have made available to help you with your legal education during the COVID-19 crisis. Check out our ClassesLegal Databases, and COVID-19 Legal Issues pages for more information! If you have any questions about our webinars or accessing our legal databases, please contact us by emailtelephone, or Virtual Front Desk (weekdays between 2 pm and 4 pm). Or, you can sign up for a telephone appointment with a reference librarian.