The Annual Immigration Panel

Guest Contributors: Gibran Pena-Porras (’19) and Natalia Trotter (’19)
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Gibran Pena-Porras, Professor Yolanda Vazquez, Julie LeMaster, Deifilia Diaz , and Natalia Trotter.

The University of Cincinnati College of Law’s Latino Law Student Association (LLSA) and UC Law Women (UCLW) student organizations had the pleasure of hosting an immigration panel with guests Professor Yolanda Vazquez, from the University of Cincinnati College of Law, Attorney Julie LeMaster from the Immigrant and Refugee Law Center, and Attorney Deifilia Diaz from the Law Offices of Valencia and Diaz. The different focal areas of immigration law that each of these panelists work with every day provided for a lively and diverse discussion of current immigration issues.

The discussion touched on various contemporary points including the state of DACA, sanctuary cities, “chain” migration, the evolving perception of immigrants, and a brief discussion on the repercussions of the Jennings v. Rodriguez case, decided by the Supreme Court of the United States. The student organizations received good feedback from the attendees and we look forward to hosting more events like these.

Check out LLSA’s Facebook page to see the full panel.

Author: Nikita_Srivastava

Nikita Srivastava graduated from University of Cincinnati College of Law in May 2019. Nikita's goals include fighting for indigent people by becoming a public defender and working hard to promote positive change. Through her research and writing, Nikita hopes to provide insightful thoughts on issues pertaining to race, gender, and social justice.

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