From the 2008 News Archive
Immigration Panel to Follow Nov. 12 Screening of "The Visitor"
The University of Maryland School of Law and its co-sponsors the ACLU of Maryland, American Friends Service Committee, Asia/Pacific Law Students Association, CASA de Maryland, C.A.I.R. Coalition, the UM Law Immigration Law and Policy Association,Latino/a Law Students Association, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Services and the Muslim Law Students Association present
Wednesday, November 12th at 4:00 p.m.
519 West Fayette Street
In The Visitor
, Tom McCarthy's follow-up to his award-winning directorial debut The Station Agent
, an American college professor and a young immigrant couple grapple with the treatment of immigrants and the legal process post-9/11.
A panel discussion on immigrant detention issues will follow the screening.
Katherine Vaughns, Moderator
Professor of Law, University of Maryland School of Law
American Friends Service Committee
Capitol Area Immigrants' Rights Coalition
Interim Secretary of the MSBA Immigration Law Section and Chair of the section's Pro Bono/Community Outreach Subcommittee
Maryland ACLU Skadden Fellow, ACLU of Maryland
Immigration Clinical Instructor, University of Maryland School of Law
There is no cost to attend, but space is limited. RSVP online
Presented in partnership with National Immigrant Justice Center, Detention Watch Network, Participant Media and Active Voice.
Posted by Gynene Sullivan