The issues related to sanctuary cities are driving some of the most important developments in governmental policy and constitutional law.
New York, NY (PRWEB) October 05, 2017
Lawline, the nation’s leading online Continuing Legal Education (CLE) provider, announced today that it will be offering an exciting new webcast entitled A Legal Analysis of ICE Interior Enforcement and Sanctuary Cities. The course, airing on on October 10, 2017, at 10:00 a.m. EST, will address the divisive issue of immigration enforcement, particularly between state and local governments and the Federal government. Discussion will include the machinery utilized by the Department of Homeland Security to enforce immigration laws within the U.S., as well as concepts necessary to understand the intersections between agencies, governments, and relevant criminal and immigration laws.
This program is approved for accreditation across several jurisdictions and is accredited by the Virginia State Bar as part of Lawline’s initiative to offer Virginia practitioners a wide array of interesting and socially relevant content.
“The issues related to sanctuary cities are driving some of the most important developments in governmental policy and constitutional law,” said immigration practitioner and course presenter Matthew Blaisdell. “Federal courts across the country are grappling with litigation that may define the relationships between federal, state, and municipal governments, as well as the role of the Executive and the limits on its powers.”
Lawline is the leading provider of online continuing legal education (CLE) with over 120,000 attorneys trusting Lawline with their CLE compliance. Offering legal education nationwide, Lawline strives to create timely and engaging content that supports attorneys throughout their career. The company is headquartered in downtown Manhattan and has received multiple awards recognizing its superior product, service, and company culture. Lawline's success has also been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Inc., Entrepreneur, and Forbes.com.