Immigration post-Paris and post-San Bernardino, and its Impact on Diversity and Inclusion in Connecticut Society
Presented by the Connecticut Bar Association and the Connecticut Bar Foundation James W. Cooper Fellows
About the Program:
This roundtable discussion will focus on immigration policy, both de facto and proposed, in the wake of the recent terror attack in Paris, and the massacre in San Bernardino, California. The group will explore the pros and cons of accepting refugees from areas of the world where the proliferation of terrorism is prevalent, and the impact on the refugees settling in Connecticut, particularly on the legal system and the manner in which the practice of law is affected. Please join us for dinner and a discussion of these questions led by:
Hon. Saud Anwar, Mayor South Windsor
Norman Pattis, Attorney, Bethany
Asha Rangappa, Associate Dean, Yale Law School, New Haven
Allen Gary Palmer, Halloran & Sage LLP, Westport,
David V. DeRosa, The Law Offices of David V. Derosa, Naugatuck
9 oz. Filet Mignon - $40.50
Seared Salmon with Portobello Mushroom - $32.00
Chicken and Wild Mushroom Sauté - $32.00
Vegetarian Meal - $28.00
To register, contact Kati Carling at the CBF at email@example.com or (860)722-2494.
Participation is limited to the first 25 people to register. Be sure to check your calendars and register soon.