Category: Events

Event: “Addressing Discrimination and Racism Against the Asian Community”

Addressing Discrimination and Racism Against the Asian Community Friday, April 9th 12PM – 1PM EST Register for the Zoom webinar here.  In light of the horrific events that occurred in Atlanta against the Asian community, we want to acknowledge the discrimination and racism that exist within our country, cities, and neighborhoods. This event will feature…
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Upcoming events with HIP and the Crimmigration Clinic

HIP Spring Symposium March 31st – April 2nd Please join the HLS Immigration Project (“HIP”) for a three-day symposium on “Amplifying Immigrant Voices: Intersections with Race, Gender, and Ability.” Each event will take place at 7 PM EST. A $25 GrubHub credit will be available for each day of the symposium for any law students who attend!…
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Upcoming Event: “Offshore Citizens: Permanent Temporary Status in the Gulf”

Our Program is co-sponsoring a virtual event with Professor Noora Lori, who will discuss her recent book, Offshore Citizens: Permanent Temporary Status in the Gulf, an in-depth case study of the United Arab Emirates.

Upcoming Language Access Program Training

Language Access Program Interpreter Training Friday, February 26th 2PM – 3PM EST Join us this Friday for a training for Language Access Program (LAP) volunteer interpreters, led by our staff members. This is a great opportunity for new volunteers to review the basics of interpretation and learn more about how interpreters work in collaboration with…
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Upcoming virtual events in February

Please join us for two upcoming events! Book Talk with Ilya Somin Thursday, February 4th 12:00PM – 1:00PM EST The Harvard Crimmigration Clinic will be hosting an event with Professor Ilya Somin. Professor Somin will be speaking about his new book, Free to Move: Foot Voting, Migration, and Political Freedom. In his book, he makes the…
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Upcoming event: “Discussing the Forced Sterilization of Detained Immigrants”

Discussing the Forced Sterilization of Detained Immigrants Tuesday, November 10 from 7 – 8pm EST Register at https://bit.ly/HIP_Panel Project South, alongside various partner organizations, recently submitted an OIG complaint alleging serious medical misconduct, such as medical neglect, lack of COVID-19 testing and reporting, the shredding of medical request forms, fabrication of medical records, and forced…
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Upcoming webinar: “Immigration and Detention Centers/Comparative International Issues Surrounding COVID-19”

On November 4 from 12-1 pm EST, Program Director Sabi Ardalan will join Bill Alford, Jerome A. and Joan L. Cohen Professor of Law and Director of the East Asian Legal Studies Program, and Gerald Neuman, J. Sinclair Armstrong Professor of International, Foreign, and Comparative Law, for a panel discussion on “Immigration and Detention Centers/Comparative…
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Upcoming Event: “Understanding the Current State of DACA”

Understanding the Current State of DACA Friday, October 30th Presentation from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m. EST Q & A Session from 1 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. EST Join us for a conversation with immigration lawyer Luis Cortes Romero on where DACA stands now. Luis will discuss the legal framework behind the program, the recent…
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Immigration Legal Clinic Flyer

Upcoming immigration legal clinic in Somerville/Clinica legal de inmigración en Somerville

Our Program is partnering with SomerViva and the Somerville Family Learning Collaborative for our next legal clinic, which will be held on Thursday, October 29th from 1 p.m. – 3 p.m. Para información en español, haz un clic aquí. To register for the clinic, email Francia Reyes at freyes@k12.somerville.ma.us or call 617-625-6600 with the following extensions:…
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Fall 2019 Interpreter Training

Do you speak a language other than English? Would you like to get involved in the Clinic’s work? Then please join us for our interpreter training on September 24th from 12 p.m. – 1 p.m in WCC 3038, Harvard Law School. At the training we will go over the difference between interpretation and translation, modes…
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