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A Brief History of Racism & Discrimination in Immigration Law Part II: Refugee & Asylum Law

United States

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Event Description

From the Chinese Exclusion laws of the 1800’s, to immigration quotas, to the more recent Muslim and African country bans, it is no secret that racism and discrimination have played an oversized role in the U.S. immigration system.  Join HIAS’ legal team for a two-part series for legal professionals that takes a closer look at how racism and discrimination have shaped U.S. immigration law.  Part II: Refugee & Asylum Law, will take a deeper dive into the ways racism and discrimination have framed our refugee and asylum law specifically.  This training will be offered free of charge, thanks to the generous sponsorship of Loeb & Loeb LLP and Morgan Stanley.  A recorded version of this training will be available on a later date.   CLE credit may be available for attendees of the live training.