Invitation to NAALA CLE Panel: “Asylum in Underserved Immigrant Communities”


American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee

The Network of Arab-American Lawyers of ADC (NAALA)


Asylum in Underserved Immigrant Communities“ 

The Network of Arab-American Lawyers of ADC (NAALA) presents, “Asylum in Underserved Communities,” a CLE program that will educate attorneys on the nuts and bolts of filing asylum claims and claims for temporary protected status. The CLE program is targeted to attorneys that would like to learn how to file asylum claims and those attorneys who want to refresh their knowledge. The program is specifically geared towards filing asylum and TPS claims for persons from Arab countries.

Panel topics include:

  • Temporary Protected Status
  • Asylum & the 5 Protected Grounds
  • Proving Membership in a Particular Social Group
  • Country conditions in high influx Asylum-seeker Nations (Syria, Iraq, Palestine)

Click here to view the program schedule for details and here to register.

Friday, March 27, 2015  

9:30am to 3:30pm EST

American Bar Association
1050 Connecticut Avenue NW

Washington, D.C. 20036


Susan Akram, Esq.
Supervising Attorney, Boston Univ. Civil Litigation Program

Abed A. Ayoub, Esq.
Legal & Policy Director, ADC

Scott E. Bratton, Esq.
Partner, Margaret Wong & Assoc., LPA

Nash J. Fayad, Esq.
President, Fayad Law, P.C.

Jennifer I. Peyton, Esq.
Attorney at Law, LLC

In person & Webcast  ***Lawyers ONLY*** advance registration required.
CLE Credits:                    
NJ, OH, TX (approved for 4.5 CLE credits)

FL, NY, VA (approval pending)

CA, IL (will submit upon request)
(ADC may apply for CLE credit in other states depending on levels of participation.)

***Special thanks to the American Bar Association for their support and for providing use of their facilities. For more information on this CLE Event, please contact ADC Legal at 202-244-2990 or

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