UC Law Panel to Discuss Immigration and Cincinnati
With immigration a topic under discussion across the nation, a panel assembled by the UC College of Law will try to gain a handle on the ramifications of the issue in Greater Cincinnati.
Date: 3/7/2006 12:00:00 AM
By: Carey Hoffman
Phone: (513) 556-1825
The issue of immigration in Greater Cincinnati comes under examination at the UC College of Law on March 8, with a panel discussion sponsored by the college's Diversity Committee and the "Immigration and Nationality Law Review."
"Immigration in Cincinnati: Past, Present and Future" will bring in a host of experts to discuss one of the most topical issues facing the region and the nation. The program begins at 11:45 a.m. in the college's Trial Court Room, and is free and open to the public.
Topics to be covered include:
- A look at immigration patterns in the Greater Cincinnati area, and how those patterns inform our current views on immigration
- The intersection between immigration law and domestic violence
- The issue of human trafficking in Cincinnati
- Recent developments in immigration law
- Navigating the immigration system from a personal experience.
- Sean Arthurs: Staff Attorney, Legal Aid Society & 2005 Skadden Fellow (UC College of Law Graduate)
- Xavier Beteta: Graduate UC-CCM, currently teaching at NKU.
- Margaret Drew: Prof. of Clinical Law, Director Domestic Relations/ Violence Clinic
- Dan Hurley: Assist. Vice President for History and Research, Cincinnati Museum Center
- Lea M. Webb: Founding Partner, Webb & Pillich (UC College of Law Graduate)
- Moderator: Prof. Emily Houh
For more information, contact Emily Houh at 513-556-0108.