Immigrants' Rights & Critical Perspectives on Immigration Reform
February 10, 2007 8:00am - 5:15pm
559 Nathan Abbott Way
Due to extremely high interest, we closed registration early because we have reached our maximum capacity. All individuals who have already registered and confirmed their panels selections will be accommodated. If you have not yet confirmed your panel selection, please contact Anna Wang at email@example.com by Thursday, February 8 to retain your guaranteed seat. Please note that about half of our confirmed registered guests will be asked to watch the plenary panels and lunchtime keynote via a live video feed in a second room at the Law School. Seats in the main room with the panelists will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
There is a lengthy waiting list and you may send an e-mail to Anna Wang to be added to that list. We strongly discourage any guests without guaranteed seats from attending because we have already reached our maximum capacity and cannot violate fire safety regulations. We will turn away individuals who did not pre-register. We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your understanding.
- Complete Schedule
- The keynote speech will be given by Congressman Xavier Becerra.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Professor Jayashri Srikantiah (Stanford Law School)
- Larisa Casillas (Bay Area Immigrants Rights Coalition)
- Lucas Guttentag (ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project)
- Professor Hiroshi Motomura (University of North Carolina Law School)
- Shoba Sivaprasad (National Immigration Forum)
- Professor Ayelet Shachar (Stanford Law School)
- Professor Grace Chang (UC Santa Barbara)
- Professor Bill Ong Hing (UC Davis School of Law)
- Michele Waslin (National Council of La Raza)
- Professor Jennifer Gordon (Fordham Law School)
- Christopher Ho (Legal Aid Society – Employment Law Center)
- Kathleen Kim (Stanford Immigrants' Rights Clinic)
- Monica Ramirez (ACLU Immigrants' Rights Project)
- Christian Ramirez (American Friends Service Committee)
- Ray Ybarra (Stanford Law School)
- Professor Dan Kanstroom (Boston Law School)
- Zach Nightingale (Van der Hout, Brigliagno & Nightingale)
- Karen Tumlin (National Immigration Law Center)
- Professor Mariano-Florentino Cuellar (Stanford Law School)
- Professor Muneer Ahmad (American University Washington College of Law)
- Jameel Jaffer (ACLU)
- Barbara Olshansky (Center for Constitutional Rights)
Stanford Law School is a State Bar of California approved MCLE provider. This symposium is approved for seven hours of MCLE credit.
This event is co-sponsored by the Center for Public Service & Public Interest Law, Immigrants' Rights Clinic, and Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties.