Amid public outcry over the thousands of migrant children separated from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border, there are also long term legal consequences that will change the political and international landscapes. We are bringing together legal scholars and practitioners, community advocates and a civic engagement expert to discuss their different perspectives. The speakers will allow the audience to better understand immigration law and policy in the broader context of world affairs, as well as to encourage public dialogue on these issues.
Associate Vice Chancellor for Academic Diversity & Professor of Law, UC Davis
Dean, UC Davis School of Law
Co-director of the Immigration Law Clinic, UC Davis School of Law
Director of the California Civic Engagement Project, USC Sol Price School of Public Policy
Political Director, PICO California
Attorney at Law and World Affairs Sacramento member