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  • AIC - Federal Court Grants Class-Action Status in Challenge to Obama Administration
    Posted Jun 27, 2016 | Articles on the Immigration Court

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  • ABA - Judicial Division DLM Article Announcement
    Posted Dec 8, 2015 | NAIJ Speaks

    NAIJ President Dana Leigh Marks discussed implicit bias in the ABA Judicial Division’s Judges’ Journal

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  • American Lawyer - Cooley Wins DOJ Settlement Over Judges Iranian-American Ties
    Posted Nov 5, 2015 | NAIJ Speaks

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  • ABA Journal - DOJ to Pay 200K to Immigration Judge
    Posted Nov 4, 2015 | NAIJ Speaks

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  • Daily Journal - Iranian American Judge Prevails In Recusal Battle
    Posted Nov 4, 2015 | NAIJ Speaks

    Justice prevails! Immigration Judge Ashley Tabaddor is vindicated in settlement with DOJ

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  • The Asylumist - Interview with Immigration Judge: John F. Gossart Jr.
    Posted Nov 3, 2015 | NAIJ Speaks

    Past NAIJ President, Retired Immigration Judge, the Hon. John Gossart shares his perspective

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  • Law360 - DOJ Settles Iranian Judges Bias Case
    Posted Nov 3, 2015 | NAIJ Speaks

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  • USDOJ - Tabaddor Agreement Letter From EOIR
    Posted Nov 3, 2015 | NAIJ Speaks

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  • ABA Judges Journal - Who, Me? Am I Guilty of Implicit Bias?
    Posted Nov 1, 2015 | NAIJ Speaks

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  • The Los Angeles Times - As Immigration Backlog Surges Some Overwhelmed Judges Retire
    Posted Aug 18, 2015 | NAIJ Speaks

    Retired NAIJ Grievance Chair Eliza Klein tells it like it is!

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  • Quartz - Immigration Judges Are Burning Out Faster Than Prison Wardens and Hospital Doctors
    Posted Aug 3, 2015 | Articles on the Immigration Court

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  • Federal Lawyer - Immigration Update Due Process in a Deluge
    Posted Aug 1, 2015 | NAIJ Speaks

    Due Process in a Deluge: Minimum Procedures for Meaningful Fact-Finding on an Overloaded Docket from the August edition of the Federal Bar Association’s Federal Lawyer magazine helps NAIJ President Marks shed light on our proceedings

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