Murthy Law Firm Attorneys Attend 2012 AILA Conference in Nashville

Six attorneys from the Murthy Law Firm – including founder and president, Sheela Murthy – will attend the 2012 conference of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA), being held this week in Nashville, Tennessee. AILA is the leading professional organization for immigration lawyers, and its annual conference provides an unparalleled opportunity for continuing legal education.

The AILA conference gives our attorneys a chance to meet their peers from around the country, and learn from each other about legal issues that are just emerging in the courts and at the agency level. The event also provides our attorneys with the opportunity to share knowledge they have gained through practicing immigration law at the cutting edge. In a panel on technology and law practice, Murthy will share some of the lessons she has learned as a digital-age pioneer, incorporating the latest technologies to improve client service and provide free immigration information, as a public service. In another panel, MLF attorney Adam Rosen will discuss creative and effective strategies for document production and discovery to help clients who find themselves in immigration court.

The conference won’t be all work and no play. On Friday night, our attorneys will join their colleagues from across the country at the 2012 American Heritage Awards dinner, where the American Immigration Council will honor immigrant achievement in music. They will enjoy live performances by some world-class musicians – one of the benefits of being in Nashville, no doubt – at an event that should remind us all just how much our country, and our culture, have been enriched by the contributions of immigrants. The Murthy Law Firm is a proud sponsor of this event.

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