Tuesday, 22nd April 2014
CLE: Improve Your Bottom Line with The Proper Utilization of Paralegals
Description: Paralegals can provide increased profitability for your firm by increasing revenue and decreasing costs. This seminar will help attorneys and other legal professionals recognize the array of tasks that can be delegated to paralegals to create efficient services and effective teams within the bounds of ethical constraints. The path to improving the delivery of legal service requires legal employers to extensively, appropriately utilize skilled paralegals, increasing client service and improving the practice of law. Learn how to take advantag of the knowledge and skills of paralegals to improve your bottom line from a practicing attorney who is also a paralegal educator.
This program is appropriate for both criminal attorneys and immigration attorneys.
Who should attend:
This workshop is most appropriate for criminal attorneys, attorneys new to immigration and BIA accredited representatives appearing before the Immigration Court.
Tuesday, 29th April 2014
CLE: Immigration Options for F-1 and F-2 Students
Options for immigrant and non-immigrant visas will also be discussed including:
- Optional Practical Training (OPT), STEM OPT, and Curricular Practical Training (CPT);
- H-1B Visas and F-1/H-1B Cap-Gap;
- H-1B Cap (FY2015, FY2016); and
- Alternatives to the H-1B visa.
- Immigration Attorneys
- College and university students (candidates for associates, bachelors, graduate, and professional degrees)
- International Student Affairs Office staff
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