With special guest, Ken Stern. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11 at 7:00 p.m. The Lone Tree Hub (8827 Lone Tree Pkwy) $12/Adult, $10/JTowner, $8/Student.
Join JTown for an evening of learning and discussion with special guest, *Ken Stern!
There is no area of US law that is more controversial than immigration law in general, and asylum and refugee practice specifically. There is an abundance of partisan and slanted information circulated on the subject. This reality makes it difficult to obtain an objective understanding of current US asylum and refugee law and practice, and how it differs from the practices of prior administrations.
Ken Stern, who practiced immigration law for 40 years, will do his level best to present an objective overview of the subject which will be followed by a lively and respectful discussion of how US asylum and refugee policy does or does not reflect our Jewish values.

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*Bio: Ken Stern received his law degree from DU in 1978. Ken worked as an immigration lawyer until 2018 when he retired from the practice of law. After basic and advanced coaching training with Coaches Training Institute in 2002, Ken formed Ken Stern Consulting LLC and continues to have an active life coaching and legal consulting practice.

Ken was a past Chair of the Colorado Chapter of the American Immigration lawyers Association (AILA). In 1993 he received the Jack Wasserman Award for excellence in immigration litigation from the national AILA organization. In 2002 and again in 2018, the Colorado Chapter of AILA honored Ken with lifetime achievement awards.

Ken was named “Best of Bar” in immigration law by the Denver Business Journal and Best Immigration Lawyer by Law Week Colorado. He was also selected by his peers for inclusion in Best Lawyers in American every year since its inception and selected for inclusion in Colorado Super Lawyers in every year that it was published. 

Ken has handled many important cases including the case of Colorado v. Nunez in the US Supreme Court and People v. Pozo in the Colorado Supreme Court. Ken handled hundreds of asylum and refugee cases during his tenure as an immigration lawyer.