April 6, 2011

Balancing Neighborhood and Nation: Immigration, Security and the Law

Immigration Week at the UA

Immigration in Arizona is a prominent topic these days, and the University of Arizona devoted an entire week to addressing some of the issues. This panel discussion on March 23, 2011 features law enforcement agents, politicians, and lawyers.

Moderated by: Dr. Scott Whiteford, Professor, Center for Latin American Studies

Speakers: Phil Gordon, Mayor of Phoenix David Gonzales, U.S. Marshal for the State of Arizona Mario Palmerin Velasco, Deputy Attache, Mexico Attorney General’s Office Nina Rabin, J.D., Director of Border Research for the Southwest Institute for Research on Women (SIROW) and Director, Bacon Immigration Law and Policy Program in the James E. Rogers College of Law Maurice H. Goldman, J.D., Goldman and Goldman Law Firm

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