Immigration reform will be the topic of an upcoming Widener University forum, and a School of Law adjunct professor will be among the speakers.
The program “Immigration Reform: Past History, Recent Trends, Into the Future” will take place Monday, Dec. 2 in the Webb Room of the University Center building on the main campus of Widener University in Chester, Pa. It will run from 4 to 6 p.m.
Adjunct law professor Matthew I. Hirsch
will serve as the event keynote speaker. The forum will also feature a panel of immigration advocates and international students sharing their insights and perspectives on the immigration experience.
The event is co-hosted by Widener University Center for Social Work Education and the Pennsylvania Immigration and Citizens Coalition. It is part of the university’s international week.