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Disrupting Southeast Asian Communities Through Deportation

Guest blogger: Grey Hensarling, law student, University of San Francisco: Escape from the Khmer Rouge Recently, ICE has targeted the Southeast Asian community for deportation, separating many families and leaving them in turmoil. I sat down with Chivy, who has… … Continue reading

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Child Custody Through Their Eyes

Divorce can be a tough conversation to have with your children. We talked to two adults who were open about their childhood and what it looked like going between their birth parents. These are their stories about child custody and … Continue reading

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Cases — April 1st through 7th, 2018

Workers Compensation/Occupational Safety and Disease*Morgan v. Baker Hughes Incorporated (10th Cir., April 3, 2018) (reversing judgment as a matter of law: material disputes remain forresolution as to Baker Hughes' forklift safety procedures)WagesEncino Motorcars, LLC, v. Navarro (U.S., April 2, 2018) (reversing … Continue reading

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We are so confident we are Minnesota’s Nicest Bankruptcy Law Firm we guarantee it and trademarked it! That is right, we trademarked “Minnesota’s Nicest Bankruptcy Law Firm Guaranteed or 100% Off Your Fees”!* A law firm that is willing to … Continue reading

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Immprof 2018: Immigration Law In, Through, and Beyond Moments of Distress

Drexel University's Thomas R. Kline School of Law is located in Philadelphia, PA The 2018 Immigration Law Scholars and Teachers Workshop will take place at Drexel Law School from May 24-26, 2018. This year's theme is: Immigration Law In, Through,… … Continue reading

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