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Migration law, COVID-19 and the future

Border closures and economic uncertainty have caused headaches for migration lawyers and accredited specialists, but even in the wake of such challenges, there are emerging opportunities for professionals in this space to thrive.

user iconJerome Doraisamy 18 September 2020 Podcast
Peter Papadopoulos and Daniel Estrin
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In this episode of The Lawyers Weekly Show, host Jerome Doraisamy is joined by Peter Papadopoulos, accredited specialist in immigration law and chair of the Migration Agents Capstone Assessment Advisory Committee, as well as Daniel Estrin, partner at Estrin Saul Migration Specialists, to discuss the myriad impacts of COVID-19 upon the work of professionals in the migration law space and how such professionals can take action to succeed moving forward.

The trio further discusses evolving client needs and expectations and how to manage those, regulatory updates, the oft-burdensome nature of migration work, and the ever-present need to establish and maintain a community of professionals.


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