Learn about a new SF law drastically limiting the circumstances in which your client can be turned over to immigration officials.

Date:       January 23, 2014 ~ 5:30-7:00

Covington & Burling, LLP

                  One Front Street ~ San Francisco, CA 94111

1.5 hours MCLE credit. Suggested donation of $15-30 ~ Nobody turned away for lack of funds

Please RSVP to Audrey Daniel at adaniel@lccr.com


*         Chris Gauger, San Francisco Public Defender's Office

        Grisel Ruiz, Immigrant Legal Resource Center

*         Niloufar Khonsari, Pangea Legal Services

*         Leah Chen Price, Law Offices of Christina Y. Chen (Moderator)

In October 2013, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors unanimously voted to reject the vast majority of ICE hold requests to detain immigrants in our local jails for pick-up by federal immigration authorities. While this means that the city will generally not cooperate with ICE hold requests, there are narrow exceptions that could result in such detention. ICE hold requests and these exceptions will be explored for the education of immigration and criminal attorneys to ensure that the newly enacted ordinance is being properly implemented. Please join us to learn more about the new limitations on San Francisco's cooperation with immigration authorities and how it could affect your clients!

This program is brought to you by San Francisco Immigrant Rights Defense Committee (SFIRDC). To learn more, please visit www.sfirdc.org