Articles From Juli Campagna

“Yes, We CarNegie!” By Juli Campagna International and Immigration Law, June 2009 The John Marshall Law School in Chicago will hold a one-day conference on Wednesday, July 29, 2009 to discuss the issues raised in Educating Lawyers: Preparation for the Profession of Law, by William M. Sullivan, Anne Colby, Judith W. Wegner, Lloyd Bond, and Lee S. Schulman. 
Laid-off U.S. workers unable to claim statutory benefits while Department of Labor treats similarly situated plaintiffs differently By Juli Campagna International and Immigration Law, September 2007 Despite five administrative filings and three remand results denying Plaintiffs, the Former Employees of the Merrill Corporation, certification for Trade Adjustment Assistance (TAA) under the Trade Act, the Department of Labor has still not managed to support its findings with substantial evidence.
A minor child may establish his own best interests for purposes of the Hague Convention on International Child Abduction By Juli Campagna International and Immigration Law, September 2007 The 10th Circuit held that a 13-year-old boy’s in camera interview with a magistrate judge—where neither the parents nor their counsel were in attendance—provided sufficient evidence to defeat a repatriation claim brought by his mother, with whom he was living, in Canada.

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