AILA SoCal Resources
We’re happy to offer a great set of resources for both our members and any non-members that may be visiting the AILA Southern California website. Please be advised that some of the provided resources may require you to be logged in to view.
The AILA National Career Portal is a great resource for those seeking employment or wishing to post an available position. With a full set of career tools you’re sure to find whats right for you.
AILA’s Lawyer Search is a phenomenal resource when looking for a lawyer to assist with a particular case. You can search based on type of lawyer and language(s) spoken, as well as location.
The American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) Southern California Chapter is a proud supporter of the American Immigration Council’s (AIC) annual “Celebrate America” creative writing contest for 5th grade students across the United States. The Chapter sponsors the local contest, which draws participation from hundreds of 5th grade students from both private and public schools across Southern California.
AILA National Resources
The Campaign is investing in education, giving AILA members the cutting-edge tools and tactics they need to fearlessly challenge the dysfunction and disregard for due process that lawyers and their clients face every day in immigration court. We’ll help you upend many traditional practices in order to use every available tool including trial practice strategies and federal court litigation to protect individual rights and challenge the growing deportation machine. As a result, we are offering more free and low-cost trainings than ever before.
AILA’s Immigration Practice and Professionalism Toolbox compiles a variety of resources on firm management, marketing, ethical issues, client communication, and more. It also provides sample documents such as intake forms, fee agreements, engagement letters, and representation agreements. The advice and tools included in this resource will help you develop and improve the skills necessary to build and run your practice with confidence.
The U.S. immigration system is complex and can be difficult to understand. These resources provide key data points, historical information, and background on hot topics in immigration. Learn about the basics about immigration.