Ethical Considerations for Immigration Practice

As legal representatives, we share responsibility for maintaining the integrity of the justice system and the legal profession. As immigration legal practitioners, we encounter some of the most complex issues any legal representative will encounter. And, while it is important we stay up to date on substantive immigration law, ensuring ethical compliance with the law is just as important. Virtual practice, language access, choice of law, fee structure, and ethical nonlawyer assistance are top of mind for today's immigration practitioners. In this session, we will explore what leading ethics bodies have to say regarding these topics and others, apply them to the practice of immigration law, and discuss best practices for practitioners to ensure efficient, ethical representation.

Workshop Day

Workshop Time

09:00 am ~ 10:30 am