Prof. Theo Liebmann Presents at Franklin H. Williams Judicial Commission Conference

Theo Liebmann, Clinical Professor of Law and Director of Clinical Programs

Professor Theo Liebmann, director of clinical programs and attorney-in-charge of the Youth Advocacy Clinic, presented at the Franklin H. Williams Judicial Commission Conference on June 13 at St. John’s University School of Law.

The conference, the theme of which was “Race, Ethnicity, and the Impact on Immigration: What Happens to the Tired, Poor and Huddled Masses?,” included speeches and presentations from, among many others, New York State Chief Judge Janet DiFiore and former Secretary of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security Jeh Johnson.

The topic of Professor Liebmann’s presentation was immigration policies and their effects on state courts.

View more information about the Franklin H. Williams Judicial Commission on the New York Unified Court System website.

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