Divide and Confine: Family Detention and Separation Since the Summer of 2018

Discussion of current administration's practice of family detention and separation.

The David J. Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy and Law Students for Immigrant Justice present:

Divide and Confine: Family Detention and Separation Since the Summer of 2018

Moderated by Professor Ingrid Eagly, immigration attorneys from
Al Otro Lado and Immigrant Defenders Law Center and UCLA Law students who interned in Texas this past summer with Dilley Pro Bono Project will discuss the current administration's practice of family detention and separation. The panelists will also discuss the work legal advocates are doing to serve those impacted by the practice and to stop it. 

Panelists:

Julie Dargus
, UCLA Law Class of 2020 and Summer Intern at Dilley Pro Bono Project

Laura Jones, UCLA Law Class of 2020 and Summer Intern at Dilley Pro Bono Project


Derek Loh
, Managing Attorney at Immigrant Defenders Law Center

Nora Phillips
, Legal Director at Al Otro Lado

Lunch will be served.
RSVP (Brown Bag session are open only to UCLA Law students.)

Questions may be directed to Jamie Libonate at
libonate@law.ucla.edu or Brenda Kim at kimb@law.ucla.edu