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National Immigration Project Online Brief Bank

Tuesday, January 28, 2003

  • National Lawyers Guild

The National Immigration Project is a network of committed immigration lawyers, law students, and legal workers who work to change discriminatory immigration policies and practices and to protect, defend, and expand the civil and human rights of all immigrants.

The National Immigration Project assists practitioners around the country working on many issues, especially immigrant and refugee women; immigration consequences of criminal conduct; INS enforcement and post 9/11 practices; challenging the use of secret evidence; and HIV and immigrants. The Project sponsors legal skills seminars and produces publications on immigration law to develop and improve legal and advocacy skills.

We urge you to join us by contributing your expertise to our publications, brief bank, and skills seminars. As a member, you will receive membership reports, access to our online brief bank, a free listing in our membership directory, and access to your choice of our email discussion groups, as well as ongoing technical assistance, advice, and resources. A basic membership costs only $100 per year (plus an additional $25 discount if you're a current member of the National Lawyers Guild.) Our membership form is available at . We hope you will print it out and mail it back to us with your membership payment.

NEW! ONLINE BRIEF BANK: 2003 heralds the launch of our new Online "Brief Bank." The Project's Brief Bank contains a growing collection of actual (redacted) amicus briefs, briefs, complaints, motions, petitions for writs of habeas corpus, and unpublished decisions donated "by members, for members.

Web Address:
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Your temporary username and password will allow you to perform searches and see document names, but only Project members may download documents.

We look forward to working with you soon.

Ellen Kemp
National Immigration Project
of the National Lawyers Guild
14 Beacon Street, Suite 602
Boston, MA 02108


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