New findings demonstrate that government-funded defense dramatically increases successful outcomes and boosts public trust and public safety.
RMIAN's Jessica Burnett and Natalie Petrucci will be presenting in Denver next Monday, November 13. The course, entitled - Ensuring Immigrants' Rights in Colorado: Opportunities for Meaningful Pro Bono Work with RMIAN - is an opportunity for attorneys to learn about pro bono opportunities with RMIAN.
The Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law will facilitate this webinar for legal services providers and immigrants' advocates on Thursday, October 19th. Details here.
A community advisory and resource from the Immigrant Legal Resource Center. Photo by Joe Amon, The Denver Post
RMIAN will co-sponsor an upcoming CLE on Thursday, September 7, entitled: Representing Immigrants in a New Era of Immigration Enforcement. Event details here.
The ACLU of Colorado will honor RMIAN with the Ralph Carr Award at its annual Bill of Rights Dinner on September 28, in Denver.
Practicing Law Institute will be hosting a program on how to most effectively address certain ethical challenges that arise in the context of representing detained immigrants