The Suffolk Law Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, would like to invite you to the 5th Annual Harry Dow Lecture Series on Immigration Law at Suffolk University Law School with Keynote Speaker, Attorney Sirine Shebaya.
This event is held in honor of Mr. Harry H. Dow, the pioneering Chinese American who devoted his life to serving the needs of Asian immigrants facing racial injustice. Harry Dow was admitted into Suffolk Law in 1925 and would go on to become the first Chinese American to pass the Massachusetts Bar. Throughout his professional career, Mr. Dow devoted immeasurable time to provide pro bono legal services to underserved immigrants and their communities. The lecture series promotes awareness on immigration law and policies, offering perspectives that reflect Mr. Dow's legacy on social justice and access to public service.
The 5th Annual Harry Dow Immigration Law Lecture Series will also include a presentation of the Harry Dow Memorial Scholarship which supports deserving second-year Suffolk Law students who are passionate about immigration law and public service.
Harry Dow Lecture Series on Immigration Law
Keynote Speaker: Sirine Shebaya, Senior Attorney at Muslim Advocates
Wednesday, November 7, 2018
5:30 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
Suffolk University Law School
5th Floor Commons and Blue Sky Lounge
We hope you can join us as Attorney Sirine Shebaya will speak on the recent issue of family separation at the border. She will also have some key insights into the federal court cases resulting in a settlement with the government to provide asylum seekers a second chance.
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