Asylum Lawyering: Winning Cases in a Time of Relentless Assaults on Asylum

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In the last several years, the landscape of asylum law has changed dramatically. It has become harder for our clients to seek asylum and win their cases due to negative AG decisions, new regulations, and aggressive DHS techniques. In this session, expert asylum practitioners will share their strategies for winning cases in this tough climate.

  • How Can Lawyers Succeed in a Post-AB, Post-LEA Landscape?
  • What Should Lawyers Do to Combat the Transit Ban?
  • Can You Still Get DHS to Agree to Narrow the Scope of the Case in Advance?

Jocelyn Dyer (DL)

Senior Pro Bono Counsel, Immigration Justice Campaign, Washington, DC

Lauren Cusitello

San Diego, CA

Bashir Ghazialam

San Diego, CA

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