20th Annual Immigration Law and Policy Conference

UPDATE: recording posted for 18 September 2023, 9:00AM - 5:00PM ET, hybrid conference by the Migration Policy Institute. Online and at the Georgetown University main campus.

UPDATE: recording available *here*

Event Host/Institute: Migration Policy Institute
Event date and time (to and from): September 18, 2023; 9:00AM to 5:00PM ET
Event location/venue: Hybrid, online and at the Georgetown University main campus
Event type: Conference
Link: https://www.migrationpolicy.org/events/20th-annual-immigration-law-and-policy-conference

Description from host:

This year’s Immigration Law and Policy Conference, organized by the Migration Policy Institute, Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., and the Georgetown University Law Center, will be a hybrid event on September 18. The in-person conference will be held at Georgetown University’s main campus in Washington, DC, and livestreamed for virtual attendees.

The conference will feature fresh, thoughtful policy and legal analysis, and discussion of some of the top immigration issues by leading experts, including government officials, policymakers, attorneys, and advocates.

Registration will be $30 for online attendance and $85 for in-person attendance.  More information on registration, agenda, and speakers to follow soon.

The views expressed are those of the author/s, and are not attributable to the host organisations of the Resettlement.Plus website.

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