Bender's Immigration Bulletin
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Bender's Immigration Bulletin
Daniel M. Kowalski, Editor-in-Chief
The challenges facing immigration law attorneys have grown dramatically over the last decade. Effective representation of clients has become more complex and time-consuming as attorneys struggle to keep pace with a barrage of new laws, new regulations, and new interpretations designed to protect the homeland. With its combination of expert legal analysis and primary source materials, Bender's Immigration Bulletin will keep you in touch with the critical developments that impact your practice. Published twice each month, the Bulletin:
• Serves as an authoritative and comprehensive source for the latest in immigration news, case digests, regulations, and government documents.
• Features timely articles by leading experts in the field underscoring the significance of new developments and highlighting their implications for your clients.
• Includes reproductions of government documents, including reprints of Federal Register pages, so that you can copy the pages you need and attach them to pleadings or other documents.
• Whether you represent individual or corporate clients, you'll find Bender's Immigration Bulletin an indispensable research tool.
• Bender's Immigration Bulletin is available by stand-alone subscription or at no extra charge with the purchase of Immigration Law and Procedure.
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