A Panel Discussion and Q&A
Monday, September 25, 5:30 – 7:00 p.m.
Gallagher Theatre, Student Union Memorial Center
The UA James E. Rogers College of Law and the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences cordially invite all students, faculty, staff and interested community members to an evening discussion of the current status and implications of the announced termination of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program. After a brief overview of DACA and what the recent announcement by the Trump Administration means for its future, faculty experts will provide legal and community context, and students will share their perspectives on the impact of the program’s termination on immigrant students and their families.
Free Legal Consultations for Immigrant Students and their Families Available After the Event
WELCOME AND INTRODUCTION:
Nina Rabin, Clinical Professor, UA James E. Rogers College of Law
Anna Ochoa O’Leary, Associate Professor & Head, Department of Mexican American Studies, College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
David Marcus, Professor, UA James E. Rogers College of Law
Michelle Tèllez, Assistant Professor, Department of Mexican American Studies,
College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Mical Alvarado Diaz – Program Coordinator at Keep Tucson Together Legal Clinic
Guillermo Huerta – UA Junior, Psychology and Japanese Major; ScholarshipsA-Z Executive Team Leader
Mira Patel – UA Junior, Economics; ISRC College Navigator
Perla Rojas – UA Sophomore, Psychology major and Spanish minor; ISRC College Navigator
Additional sponsors include Student Affairs & Enrollment Management / Academic Affairs & Student Success, Immigrant Law Students Association, Department of Mexican American Studies, and Immigrant Student Resource Center.