AILA Monthly Calendar of Events: July2014

 

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View the Latest AILA Global Digest!

The AILA Global Migration Section brings you the most recent issue of the Global Digest. With updates from Canada, New Zealand, Turkey, and the United Kingdom, the Digest is a must read for international practitioners. Consider joining the section if you have not done so already.

New Members Division E-News, April 2014

This latest edition brings you expert practice tips related to using flat fees, avoiding the affirmative asylum case backlog, preparing for unannounced L-1 site visits, as well as what DOMA means on the state level, and more. NMD E-News is a must read for new members!

Chapters & Communities

  • AILAWiki
    AILAWiki is the participatory encyclopedia of immigration law by and for AILA members. Start a subject, edit a subject, read a subject.
  • Chapters
    Get connected with local colleagues by visiting your chapter website. Here you will find liaison documents, chapter meeting minutes, announcements, information about local events, and contact information for your chapter leadership.
  • Find A Member
    AILA’s online member directory makes it faster and easier to connect with colleagues from across the country and the world. Contact information for fellow AILA members and all AILA committees and groups can now be found with the click of a mouse.
  • Interest Groups
    Are there issues of special interest that you would like to share/discuss with other AILA members? Join an AILA Interest Group, where you can exchange ideas, network and get advice.
  • Listserves
    Connect with AILA members by subscribing to a number of great e-mail listservs; learn how to adjust your listserv settings and subscriptions.
    AILA Doc. No. 12050780.
  • Mentoring
    AILA offers member-to-member mentoring to help with substantive immigration questions. AILA mentors volunteer their services to help other members resolve a quick question or two on dozens of practice topics.
  • Message Center
    Seek answers to immigration issues, share experiences with colleagues, or opine on the world around us via the message forums that comprise the Message Center.
  • National Committees
    Description of AILA National Committees and links to current committee members.
  • New Members Division
    If you are new to immigration practice, AILA has benefits and services to help you build a successful and rewarding practice. In addition to the services listed above, and the numerous substantive legal resources we offer, NMD members may take advantage of additional resources.
  • Sections
    These specialty groups focus on specific areas of immigration law– providing members the opportunity to network with colleagues, share information and ideas, and receive mentorship. Sections include federal court litigation and global migration.
  • Volunteer at AILA
    AILA National is always looking for energetic members to speak at conferences and seminars, write for or edit publications, moderate the message center, assist with advocacy and chapter activities, and much more. Check out AILA’s new volunteer portal and volunteer today.
 
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