Hispanic American Bar Association represents Duquesne Law at conference
President of the Hispanic American Bar Association (HABA) Juan Paz-Rosario, second-year law Duquesne University School of Law and fellow students attended the Georgetown Law Conference as delegates of the law school. They heard panelists featuring three immigration experts focusing on the current state of immigration in the United States. The informative session was followed by a networking reception with law students, private firms, and non-profit organizations from the Washington DC area and the Atlantic region.
The executive board of HABA stated, "It was a privilege for our students to represent Duquesne at Georgetown Law's Hispanic Conference and we have brought back key information on immigration issues to our fellow students at Duquesne."
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