Immigration Law’s Intersection with Nearly Every Other Practice Area: What You Need to Know


This class will be held at the NCBA Office

Lunch is served at 11:30 AM

With United States immigration policies continuing to be the hot topic in Washington, all attorneys–criminal defense, personal injury, estate, family, tax, employment, education, workers and unemployment compensation, municipal, real estate development financing, to outside and in-house general and corporate counsel–are finding, time and again, a growing intersection with immigration law.  As the Supreme Court wrote in Padilla v. Kentucky, “immigration law is complex, and it is a legal specialty of its own.”  This complexity has become and remains a growing concern for non-immigration law practitioners, particularly in the Lehigh Valley, which has a growing, diverse,, and “global” population.

Attorney Raymond Lahoud will discuss immigration law, address its intersection with the many other practice areas, how these intersections often lead to the greatest of challenges or concerns, and best practices when handling the non-citizen client or adversary.

The fee includes lunch, handouts and CLE fees.

RESERVATION DEADLINE – Friday, April 25, 2023

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Speaker: Raymond G. Lahoud, Esquire

Location:  NCBA Office

1-Hour Substantive Credit