June 26, 2014, 3:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. (E.D.T.)
You can participate in this One-Hour Briefing and learn how to volunteer as pro bono counsel for an immigrant child. In the past eight months, the Customs and Border Protection announced that more than 47,000 children have been apprehended at the Southern border and placed in deportation proceedings. In some immigration courts, 12 to 15% of the dockets are unaccompanied minor children. Sadly, there is no right to free counsel for children in immigration proceedings. The children are primarily arriving on the Southern border and come from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador but children are also sent, sometimes against their will from many countries including China, South Asia and the Caribbean. The median age of the children being apprehended in 2014 is approximately 14 but even toddlers have been arrested and placed into removal poceedings.
Please join Professor Lenni B. Benson, Director of the Safe Passage Project, Deborah Lee, Senior Staff Attorney, Immigration Intervention Project, Sanctuary for Families and Lisa Frydman, Associate Director and Managing Attorney, Center for Gender and Refugee Studies, for a free One-Hour briefing on Representing Unaccompanied Children Who Need Immigration and Family Court Assistance, and learn how you, too, can help.
Attorneys of all backgrounds, expertise, and experience are welcome. No prior immigration experience is needed.
You’re going to go on a fabulous vacation! This year in San Antonio, PLI will be raffling off a $1,000 Orbitz gift card that you can use to go anywhere in the world! Visit our booth (#218) to find out more.
UNC has access to Practising Law Institute Discover PLUS and the Katherine Everett Law Library made its patrons aware of the subscription through its blog, Carolina Blawg!
Do you subscribe to PLI Discover PLUS? If so, a blog post or library page is a great way to spread the word to your patrons. Contact the PLI Library Help Desk for images and information you can add to your blogs, intranet, subject guides, practice area pages, listservs, or any other way you’re reaching your patrons!
Our latest edition of the Library Ledger is now available on the blog! Read this most current edition which provides you with the latest newsin PLI Discover PLUS content, recent enhancements, search tips, research help and important announcements. Read all of our newsletters on the Library Ledger page.
You may have noticed that we recently unveiled some enhancements to PLI Discover PLUS! We’ve updated the document and search management tools to give you a more more seamless eReading experience. To help guide you through these enhancements we’ve created a Quick Reference Guide to PLI Discover PLUS Document and Search Management Enhancements.
The Quick Reference Guide is full of information to help make your transition to the enhanced PLI Discover PLUS as easy as possible.
Listed below are the PLI Course Handbooks published in May 2014:
Corporate Law and Practice
Intellectual Property Law
Litigation and Administrative Law
New York Practice Skills
Tax Law and Estate Planning
If you have any questions or would like to order a title, please email the PLI Library Relations Department or call 877-900-5291.
In May 2014, PLI updated the following Treatises:
If you are on standing order for any of these titles, the releases have already been shipped. If you would like to place an order, please email PLI Library Relations or call 877-900-5291.
The PLI Librarian is in beautiful Vancouver for the SLA Annual Conference. Join us today for a librarian advisory luncheon and learn about our taxonomy!
In May 2014, PLI published the following new Treatise editions:
If you are on standing order for these titles or have a Standing Order Plan with PLI, these have already been shipped to you. If you would like to place an order, please email PLI Library Relations or call 877-900-5291.