The Alumni Association, in collaboration with the USD Paralegal Program, offers continuing education seminars, workshops, and courses that members may take at discounted prices. We are pleased to have approval from the State Bar of California to offer MCLE (Mandatory Continuing Legal Education)* credit at many of our seminars.
Section 6450 (d) of the Business and Professional Code that pertains to the continuing education requirements for paralegals requires that paralegals have four (4) hours of mandatory continuing legal education in legal ethics every two years and four (4) hours of mandatory continuing legal education in general law or an area of specialized law every two years.
Detailed information is available by reading Section 6450-6456 of the California Business and Professions Code.
The next Continuing Legal Education offering will be:
Permeable Borders and the Departure Bar: How the Immigration System Works
Wednesday, July 23, 2014, 6?00 p.m.
1.5 MCLE Credits
This CLE course will include an overview of the immigration process, with particular focus on the differences in treatment of foreigners who are in the U.S. as compared to those outside the U.S. seeking entry. Immigration is about making strategic choices for clients to help put them in the best position to succeed.
A former prosecutor with the City of San Diego and Assistant Attorney General, Republic of the Marshall Islands, Allan Lolly has more than 20 years’ experience as an attorney. Allan S. Lolly & Associates PC, is devoted entirely to family immigration matters, having obtained more than 12,000 visas and green cards for family members. Mr. Lolly’s practice includes stateside and consular processing and appeals for foreigners in the U.S. undocumented or out of status; bar waivers based on illegal entry, over stays, and certain crimes.
“I strive to develop personal relationships with my clients. Immigrating family members can be a stressful experience. Success in case processing makes all the difference in the lives of each family.”
The Ethics class taught by David McGowan, J.D. was well worth spending two hours on a Saturday morning...