San Francisco Crimes & Immigration Seminar
October 20, 2012 9AM- 5PM
6.5 CLE credits*
USF School of Law
Kendrick Hall, Room 101 & 102
2130 Fulton Street
San Francisco, California 94117
Presented by the Immigrant Legal Resource Center & the Law Offices of Norton Tooby
2012 Seminar Topics:
In the morning, participants will be able to choose one of two tracks focusing on either "Immigration Relief for Criminal Cases" or "Criminal Defense of Immigrants," and after lunch, a joint afternoon session features the following topics: "Immigration Consequences of Crimes" and "Post-conviction Relief for Immigrants."
Norton Tooby, author of TOOBY’S CRIMES OF MORAL TURPITUDE (2008), TOOBY’S GUIDE TO CRIMINAL IMMIGRATION LAW (2008), CRIMINAL DEFENSE OF IMMIGRANTS (2007), AGGRAVATED FELONIES (2006), and SAFE HAVENS: HOW TO IDENTIFY AND CONSTRUCT NON-DEPORTABLE CONVICTIONS (2005).
Katherine Brady, Senior Staff Attorney, Immigrant Legal Resource Center. Author of DEFENDING IMMIGRANTS IN THE NINTH CIRCUIT (2011).
"This one-day seminar was worth every minute. I'd go for a week"
- James Daly
"Thank you so much for the excellent seminar this past weekend. I learned so much and all of the presentations were great."
- Merle D. Kahn
*The Law Offices of Norton Tooby is a State Bar of California MCLE approved provider and certifies that these activities conform to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing education. Check with your state to see if reciprocal credits are available, or submit our materials to your state bar to seek credit.