Erin Roth and Will Tao are each giving a presentation at the 2020 National Citizenship and Immigration Conference
Erin Roth is giving a talk at Immigration section of the CBA on "Becoming inadmissible to Canada: 'machinery' of immigration enforcement."
Erin C. Roth is speaking on family class sponsorships at an online conference hosted by ISS of BC on 9 August 2020. This event is aimed at members of the public who are seeking to bring family members to Canada.
CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF REFUGEE LAWYERS 2020 WEBINAR SERIES CARL is hosting an exciting series of webinars that examine all aspects of inadmissibility under the IRPA. Webinars will highlight relevant jurisprudence and provide tips on how to effectively prepare and represent clients in fighting inadmissibility allegations. Erica Olmstead and Erin Roth will be presenting on s. 37 inadmissibility [...]
Erica Olmstead helped organize the 2018 Vancouver International Humanitarian Law Conference being put on by the Red Cross on February 24th, 2018 . Anyone can register to attend and registration is free of charge.
Peter Edelmann was in Edmonton on February 2 and will be in Calgary on February 9 to present on the topics of Immigration Offences and Remedies in Canadian Criminal Law to Inadmissibility Under IRPA as part of the Legal Education Society of Alberta's program on the Intersection of Immigration and Criminal Law.
Peter Edelmann appeared on February 1st before the House of Commons Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security (SECU) to make submissions on behalf of the Canadian Bar Association on Bill C-59 "An Act respecting national security matters". Video and transcripts of the appearance will be posted here: http://www.ourcommons.ca/DocumentViewer/en/42-1/SECU/meeting-94/notice The written submissions of the [...]
On 3 February 2018, Erin Roth is presenting at a Round Table discussion on unaccompanied minors, hosted by the American Bar Association. This is an opportunity to share and discuss the differences in how unaccompanied minors are accommodated in Canada and the United States, particularly in respect to issues of immigration detention and refugee claims.