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Fighting Family Detention

Free CLE, Karnes Pro Bono Project

April 20, 2015
In 2014, the Department of Homeland Security began detaining women and children from Central America who came to the US seeking asylum. The facility in Karnes City, Texas (near San Antonio) is holding 500 people, which will soon increase to 1,100. 

The women and children detained in Karnes do not get appointed attorneys.


Their only hope is pro bono representation.
The Karnes Pro Bono Project offers a range of rewarding opportunities, from short-term representation to full-fledged court hearings.  

Please attend our training to learn how you can represent these families in need. You do not need to speak Spanish or have experience with immigration law.  
Details
When:  8:00am - 12:00pmMonday , April 20, 2015 from
Where: UT Law School Eidman Courtroom
Parking: Paid parking available in San Jacinto garage
Cost: FREE
Registrationhere
CLE credit: 3.5 hours (approval pending)

Email Kate Lincoln-Goldfinch (Hines & Leigh, P.C.) with any questions.

Special thanks to The Fowler Law Firm for sponsoring breakfast
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