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Date and Time:
04/25/2018 11:00am to 12:30pm PDT
Recorded Date:
04/25/2018
Place:
Online
Registration Deadline:
Wednesday, April 25, 2018 - 11:00am
MCLE:
1.5 CA
Recording, $105.00

This webinar will discuss how sentence modification post-conviction remedies, like Proposition 47 and Penal Code 18.5, can be used to erase or mitigate the immigration consequences of criminal convictions. The presenters will also discuss other post-conviction remedies, like pardons and vacaturs. The presenters will provide concrete case studies about how the full array of post-conviction options can be used, together with motions to reopen, to challenge even old removal orders. 

Presenters

Rose Cahn, Criminal and Immigrant Justice Attorney - Immigrant Legal Resource Center

Rose Cahn is a nationally recognized expert in the field of immigrant post-conviction relief and oversees the ILRC’s pro bono Immigrant Post-Conviction Relief Project.  With over 15 years of experience working in the field of immigrant rights, and a special focus on the intersection of criminal and immigration law, Rose is a frequent speaker and trainer on the subject.  Rose has co-authored several manuals including, California Post-Conviction Relief for Immigrants (Tooby) and Helping Immigrant Clients with Proposition 47 and Other Post-Conviction Legal Options: A Guide for Legal Service Providers (Californians for Safety and Justice).  Rose spearheads federal, state, and local advocacy to help advance the rights of immigrants with criminal convictions and assist providers in understanding how to better serve this population.  She is one of the principle drafters of California Penal Code § 1473.7, a landmark piece of legislation that created a legal mechanism to vacate unconstitutional convictions. She serves on the Advisory Committee of the National Clean Slate Clearinghouse and is on the Steering Committee of the American Immigrant Representation Project.

Before working at the ILRC, Rose was a Senior Soros Justice Fellow at the Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights of the San Francisco Bay Area, where she founded the nation’s first Immigrant Post-Conviction Relief Project. Prior to that, she litigated post-conviction relief cases at the Law Office of Norton Tooby and served as a law clerk to the Honorable Warren J. Ferguson of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.

Rose graduated cum laude from New York University School of Law, where she was the recipient of the Root Tilden Kern scholarship.

Anoop Prasad, Staff Attorney, Immigrant Rights Program - Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus

Anoop Prasad is a staff attorney at Advancing Justice – Asian Law Caucus in the Immigrant Rights Program. He focuses on representation of low-income Asian Pacific Islander immigrants in deportation proceedings. In particular, his work focuses on the intersection of the immigration and mass incarceration in the criminal system. 

Katharine Tinto, Assistant Clinical Professor of Law - UC Irvine School of Law

Professor Tinto directs the Criminal Justice Clinic at UC Irvine School of Law, a legal clinic that offers criminal defense representation and post-conviction relief for low-income individuals. Before coming to UCI, she co-led the Immigration Justice Clinic at Cardozo Law School, a clinic focused on deportation defense of non-citizens with criminal convictions. Prior to entering academia, Professor Tinto worked for over seven years as a public defender in Los Angeles County.