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Tahmina Talks Immigration is a talk show all about US immigration laws. Hosted by Tahmina Watson, founder of Watson Immigration Law, a Seattle-based law firm with immigration attorneys practicing exclusively in the area of United States Immigration and Naturalization law. Tahmira, a passionate immigration lawyer and immigration reform advocate, interviews ‘notable immigrants’ and ‘key professionals making an impact on immigration. Guests to date include Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson, FWD.us President Todd Schulte and various state and local politicians as well.
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The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa, available for order now here!In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with Jason Wiens, Policy Director at the Kauffman Foundation. He oversees a national grant portfolio of advocacy projects that educate policymakers about how government can support entrepreneurship and directs the Kauffman-led Start Us Up coalition. His views on entrepreneurship policy have been published in The Wall Street Journal, Roll Call, The Hill, Washington Monthly, and VentureBeat. Before joining the Kauffman Foundation, Wiens spent 10 years on Capitol Hill, where he led bipartisan efforts on entrepreneurship, immigration, and economic mobility in the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing him!After you listen to this interview, look out for the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page and my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalksSpecial thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa,  now available for purchase here!In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with Danish Soomro, Founder of visadb.io, the first internet visa database. visadb.io is passionate about making travel, work and living abroad easy for the seven billion people around the globe by offering online access to professional and legal help. They also offer free visa information, relocation planning tools and talent migration data visualizations for individuals and businesses. They are a team of digital nomads, children of immigrants and global citizens. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing him!After you listen to this interview, check out the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page and my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalksSpecial thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa,  now available for purchase here!In this episode, I interview Jennifer Weinhart, Policy Manager at Engine. Engine supports the growth of technology entrepreneurship through economic research, policy analysis, and advocacy on local and national issues. It is the voice of startups in government. Hope you enjoy listening as much as I enjoyed interviewing her! After you listen to this interview, check out the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page and my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalksSpecial thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ This podcast is not official legal or policy advice on behalf of Watson Immigration Law or Engine. 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa,  set to launch tomorrow - July 20th!  In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with Craig Montuori, Co-Founder and Executive Director, Global Entrepreneur in Residence Coalition. He is also the Co-Founder of the C19 Coalition and was previously the founding partner of Venture Politics, where he advised numerous political campaigns on engaging the startup community and lobbied Capitol Hill offices and the White House on behalf of early-stage startups. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing him!   After you listen to this interview, look out for the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Tahmina-Watson/e/B00ZUXW8LG%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share and, my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalksSpecial thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ Also thanks to our episode sponsor, Park Evaluations https://www.parkeval.com/ 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa,  now available for purchase here! In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with Brad Feld, Foundry Group Partner and Co-Founder of Techstars. Brad has been an early-stage investor and entrepreneur since 1987. Prior to co-founding Foundry Group, he co-founded Mobius Venture Capital and, prior to that, founded Intensity Ventures. Brad is also a co-founder of Techstars. Brad is a writer and speaker on the topics of venture capital investing and entrepreneurship. He’s written a number of books as part of the Startup Revolution series and writes the blog Feld Thoughts. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing him! After you listen to this interview, look out for the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Tahmina-Watson/e/B00ZUXW8LG%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share and, my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalksSpecial thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ Also thanks to our episode sponsor, Park Evaluations https://www.parkeval.com/ 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa, which is set to launch July 20, 2021!  In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with John Dearie. John Dearie is the founder and President of the Center for American Entrepreneurship. He is the former Acting CEO of the Financial Services Forum, a financial and economic policy organization comprised of the chief executive officers of the largest financial institutions with operations in the United States. I hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing him!  After you listen to this interview, look out for the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page, my author website www.tahminawatson.com, as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalksSpecial thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa, which is set to launch July 20, 2021!  In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with Stuart Anderson, Executive Director of the National Foundation for American Policy.  The National Foundation for American Policy is a non-partisan public policy research organization focusing on trade, immigration and related issues based in Arlington, Virginia. From August 2001 to January 2003, Stuart served as Executive Associate Commissioner for Policy and Planning and Counselor to the Commissioner at the Immigration and Naturalization Service. He has an M.A. from Georgetown University and a B.A. in Political Science from Drew University. Stuart has published articles in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and other publications, and is a senior contributor to Forbes. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing him!   After you listen to this interview, look out for the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Tahmina-Watson/e/B00ZUXW8LG%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share and, my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalksSpecial thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa, which is set to launch July 20, 2021!  In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with Michael Schutzler. Michael is the CEO of the Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA), a co-op of 1,000 technology companies working together to build a strong technology sector in a thriving community. They are the unifying voice of the tech industry in WA state. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing him!  After you listen to this interview, look out for the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Tahmina-Watson/e/B00ZUXW8LG%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share and, my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalksSpecial thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa, which is set to launch July 20, 2021!  In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with Nina Roberts. Nina Roberts is a New York City-based journalist and photographer covering business through the lens of culture and immigration. Her stories chronicle how businesses, especially immigrant-owned, are changing cultures and economies. Her stories have been published in The New York Times, Grub Street, and Marketplace, among other outlets, along with her photos.  Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing her!  After you listen to this interview, look out for the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page and my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalksSpecial thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ Also thanks to our episode sponsor, Park Evaluations https://www.parkeval.com/ 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa  which is set to launch July 20, 2021!  In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with Troy Vosseller. Troy is the Co-Founder of gener8tor. Gener8tor is a turnkey platform for the creative economy that connects startup founders, musicians, artists, investors, universities, and corporations. The gener8tor platform includes pre-accelerators, accelerators, corporate programming, conferences, and fellowships. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing him!  After you listen to this interview, look out for the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Tahmina-Watson/e/B00ZUXW8LG%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share and, my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalksSpecial thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ Also thanks to our episode sponsor, Park Evaluations https://www.parkeval.com/ 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policymakers, and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa which is set to launch July 20, 2021!  In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with Valentina Primo. The founder of Startups Without Borders, Valentina is a journalist with a Master's in Peace Studies, Human Rights, and EU policies. Startups Without Borders connects the most ambitious refugee and migrant entrepreneurs with resources to grow their business while providing investors with an entry point to under-the-radar startups with disruptive potential. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing her! After you listen to this interview, look out for the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Tahmina-Watson/e/B00ZUXW8LG%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_share and, my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalks  Special thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ 
The Startup Visa Series is a series of interviews of thought leaders on startups, entrepreneurship, and immigration from around the world. Hear more about why they argue for the need for a startup visa. Guests include startup founders, venture capitalists, investors, policy makers and others. This interview series coincides with the launch of the 2nd Edition of my book, The Startup Visa  which is set to launch July 20, 2021! In this episode of the Startup Visa Series, I speak with Jeff Farrah who serves as General Counsel at the National Venture Capital Association, https://nvca.org/ where he advocates before Congress, the White House, and agencies for pro-entrepreneurship policies and leads in-house legal matters for the association, including management of the NVCA Model Legal Documents. Prior to joining NVCA, Jeff was Counsel to the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation where he advised Chairman John Thune and members of the committee on technology, telecommunications, and Internet policy. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as I enjoyed interviewing him! After you listen to this interview, look out for the 2nd edition of The Startup Series book to learn more about this issue and the need for change! The Startup Visa series is produced and edited by Cambria Judd Babbitt. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/s?k=Tahmina+Watson&i=audible&ref=dp_byline_sr_audible_1 And, my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com. Follow us on social media for updates. Instagram: @tahminatalks Twitter @tahminatalks  Special thanks to our series sponsor, Joorney Business Plans for making these episodes possible. Learn more about their services here https://www.joorney.com/ 
Legal Heroes is a series of interviews of lawyers who have stepped up beyond their day jobs to help in the various crises created by the Trump administration. This interview series is now a book!In this episode of Legal Heroes, I speak with Bob Ferguson, Attorney General of Washington State. AG Ferguson has been a fearless leader throughout the Trump era fighting against the Muslim bans and much much more. He has been a beacon of hope during a dark period in American history. He will go down in history as one of the most impactful attorney generals of our time. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to sit down with him, learn from him and share his story with you. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as enjoyed interviewing him! After you listen to his interview, pick up the book, and read more about him!The Legal Heroes series is produced and edited by Nicole Lockett.Here is a link to the book: www.amazon.com/Legal-Heroes-Trum…4VZ90VX1JYET77BJ9If you are in Seattle, WA, the book is also available at Island Books and Arundel Books.The audio version of the book is finally out! You can find it on Audible, Nook and many other book platforms. Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page: www.amazon.com/Tahmina-Watson/e/…ng_rwt_scns_shareAnd, my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com.
Legal Heroes is a series of interviews of lawyers who have stepped up beyond their day jobs to help in the various crises created by the Trump administration. This interview series is now a book!In this episode of Legal Heroes, I speak with Margaret O'Donnell, Immigration Lawyer & Playwright. She is someone I admire dearly and feel lucky to call a friend. When inhumane immigration detention of children separated from parents was making headline news, Margaret took to storytelling through her play The Detention Lottery to expose how immigration court really works. Her powerful play has made an incredible impact and is worth watching, if you get the chance. Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as enjoyed interviewing her! After you listen to her interview, pick up the book, and read more about her!The Legal Heroes series is produced and edited by Nicole Lockett.Here is a link to the book: www.amazon.com/Legal-Heroes-Trum…4VZ90VX1JYET77BJ9If you are in Seattle, WA, the book is also available at Island Books and Arundel Books.An audio version of the book is in the works! Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page: www.amazon.com/Tahmina-Watson/e/…ng_rwt_scns_shareAnd, my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com.
Legal Heroes is a series of interviews of lawyers who have stepped up beyond their day jobs to help in the various crises created by the Trump administration. This interview series is now a book!In this episode of Legal Heroes, I speak with Aneelah Afzali, Founder and Executive Director of MAPS AMEN. Aneelah is a dear friend, someone I respect and admire dearly. Aneelah, a former lawyer, is a fierce advocate against Islamaphobia. She uniquely brought together the broader community in her advocacy mission. Inspiring and energizing, you cannot help but admire her when you hear her speak.Hope you enjoy listening to this interview as much as enjoyed interviewing her! After you listen to her interview, pick up the book, and find her in chapter 10!The Legal Heroes series is produced and edited by Nicole Lockett.Here is a link to the book: www.amazon.com/Legal-Heroes-Trum…4VZ90VX1JYET77BJ9If you are in Seattle, WA, the book is also available at Island Books and Arundel Books.An audio version of the book is in the works! Be sure to follow me on my Amazon Author page: www.amazon.com/Tahmina-Watson/e/…ng_rwt_scns_shareAnd, my author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as my usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com.
Legal Heroes is a series of interviews of lawyers who have stepped up beyond their day jobs to help in the various crises created by the Trump administration. This interview series is now a book!In this episode of Legal Heroes, I speak with Traci Feit Love, Founder and Executive Director of Lawyers for Good Government. Traci is one of my personal heroes. She created a brand new organization and mobilized 125,000 lawyers from across the United States to help in various Trump created crises. Hope you enjoy listening to his interview as much as enjoyed interviewing her! After you listen to her interview, pick up the book, and find her in chapter 4!The Legal Heroes series is produced and edited by Nicole Lockett.Here is a link to the book: www.amazon.com/Legal-Heroes-Trum…4VZ90VX1JYET77BJ9If you are in Seattle, WA, the book is also available at Island Books and Arundel Books.An audio version of the book is in the works! Be sure to follow Tahmina on her Amazon Author page: https://www.amazon.com/Tahmina-Watson/e/B00ZUXW8LG%3Fref=dbs_a_mng_rwt_scns_shareAnd, her author website www.tahminawatson.com as well as her usual blog at www.watsonimmigrationlaw.com.
Legal Heroes is a series of interviews of lawyers who have stepped up beyond their day jobs to help in the various crises created by the Trump administration. This interview series is now a book!In this episode of Legal Heroes, I speak with Drew Caputo, Vice-President of Litigation for Lands, Wildlife, and Oceans at Earthjustice. Earthjustice is the nation's largest non-profit environmental law organization. With the slogan "Because the earth needs a good lawyer", Drew and his team is working hard to ensure US environmental laws are protecting our lands and more. Hope you enjoy listening to his interview as much as enjoyed interviewing him! After you listen to his interview, pick up the book, and find him in chapter 8! The Legal Heroes series is produced and edited by Nicole Lockett.Here is a link to the book: www.amazon.com/Legal-Heroes-Trum…4VZ90VX1JYET77BJ9If you are in Seattle, WA, the book is also available at Island Books and Arundel Books.There will be a book celebration via zoom on January 9th at 11am PST. Here is a link- https://www.eventbrite.com/e/legal-heroes-book-launch-party-a-celebration-of-global-legal-heroes-tickets-131147895887 Join us! It is free to attend and there will be some fun giveaways. We'll look forward to seeing you there!
Legal Heroes is a series of interviews of lawyers who have stepped up beyond their day jobs to help in the various crises created by the Trump administration. This interview series is now a book!In this episode of Legal Heroes, I speak with Fiona McEntee, Immigration Attorney and author of the children's book Our American Dream. She is a renowned and award-winning attorney who has been at the forefront of the Trump administration policy challenges. In the last four years, her voice has been an important one. After you hear her interview, read about her in the book! Her children's book Our American Dream is available on Amazon and other book stores. It is an honor to call her a colleague and friend. The Legal Heroes series is produced and edited by Nicole Lockett.Here is a link to the book: www.amazon.com/Legal-Heroes-Trum…4VZ90VX1JYET77BJ9If you are in Seattle, WA, the book is also available at Island Books and Arundel Books.
Legal Heroes is a series of interviews of lawyers who have stepped up beyond their day jobs to help in the various crises created by the Trump administration. This interview series is now a book!In this episode of Legal Heroes, I speak with Shelly Garzon, Partner at Favros Law and one of the first volunteers for WIDEN. She is a renowned and award-winning attorney specializing in the medical malpractice law field. She is a woman after my own heart who goes by the motto of 'just do it'! As one of the first volunteers for WIDEN, she learned immigration law basics quickly to helped detained immigrants and continued to take multiple cases despite her own busy schedule as a partner at a law firm and mother of minor children. Her compassion and generosity are unparalleled and you will agree as you hear this interview and read about her in the book!The Legal Heroes series is produced and edited by Nicole Lockett.Here is a link to the book: www.amazon.com/Legal-Heroes-Trum…4VZ90VX1JYET77BJ9If you are in Seattle, WA, the book is also available at Island Books and Arundel Books.
Legal Heroes is a series of interviews of lawyers who have stepped up beyond their day jobs to help in the various crises created by the Trump administration. This interview series is now a book!In this episode of Legal Heroes, I speak with Matt Adams, Legal Director at the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, one of the leading immigrant advocacy organizations in the Pacific Northwest and the United States in general. During the Trump administration, Matt has lead numerous precedent setting casesstepped up to volunteer over and over again in immigration cases to fight the administration's adverse policies. Listen to his interview and read about him in the book!The Legal Heroes series is produced and edited by Nicole Lockett.Here is a link to the book: www.amazon.com/Legal-Heroes-Trum…4VZ90VX1JYET77BJ9If you are in Seattle, WA, the book is also available at Island Books and Arundel Books.
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