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CLE: Providing Immigration Remedies for Domestic Violence Survivors
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6/25/2014
When: 6/25/2014
7:00pm-9:00pm
Where: Kramer Levin Naftalis & Frankel LLP
1177 Avenue of the Americas
New York, New York  10036
United States
Contact: Katrina Goyco


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This CLE is for AABANY members and non-members who are interested in making a big difference in the lives of low-income survivors of domestic violence and who are willing to commit to taking at least one pro bono U Visa matter from Legal Services NYC after the CLE training. Volunteer participants will be paired together on a case and will be assigned a LSNYC attorney for supervision and guidance.

It is estimated that each matter should take a team of two attorneys/law graduates/law students approximately 30-40 hours to complete depending on the complexity of the case and how comfortable the attorney is with the substantive law. Past experience indicates that one new pro bono attorney usually spends about 40 hours on a matter.

If you are an experienced immigration attorney and would like to offer your pro bono representation to a survivor of domestic violence, but wish to skip the CLE, please contact us. An experienced LSNYC staff attorney will review your experience with you, and assign you to an appropriate matter.

For any questions, please contact Katrina Goyco at katrina.goyco@aabany.org or Karen Kithan Yau at karen.yau@aabany.org.