2020 AILA/GMS Annual Global Immigration Forum

Feb 24, 2020

2020 AILA Global Immigration Forum, to be held in San Diego on June 15 and 16, is titled: “Riding the Waves of Global Migration: Smooth Sailing on Rough Waters”.

This two-day conference, presented in partnership by AILA National and the AILA Global Migration Section (GMS), is designed to examine the latest global immigration issues around the world. The expert panelists will provide attendees with cutting-edge information and practical advice on managing clients’ global mobility needs. They also will focus on the current geopolitical environment, the latest challenges for corporate and private clients, the ever-evolving nature of global consular processing, and the global race for talent. Consular officers from several jurisdictions will be presenting, and attendees will have a variety of networking opportunities to allow them to connect with fellow immigration practitioners from around the globe.

Avv. Marco Mazzeschi will be participating in the section of “From Sailboats to Starships: The Impact of the Future of Work on the Future of Global Immigration Practice”.

In September 2019, the International Bar Association (IBA) published the IBA Report on the Future of Work, a compilation of 10 multidisciplinary reports to contribute to the International Labour Organization’s “Future of Work” initiative, one of several such reports focusing on “Global Immigration and Nationality Laws.” Are national immigration systems stuck in the 20th Century while the types of work are evolving in a race to the 22nd Century? The panelists will explore this question and address the impact of the evolution of work on the future of global immigration practice.

  • A Flotilla of New Forms of Work: Digital Nomads, Casual Work, Employee Sharing, Etc.
  • A New Class of Ship: The Evolution of Employment Regulation and Its Impact on Global Mobility
  • A Ship with No Engine? Alignment of Future National Immigration Systems with Future National Skill Needs
  • Beam Me Anywhere: Will Virtual Work and Artificial Intelligence Be a Boom or Bust for Global Mobility?

Faculty:

  • Marco Mazzeschi (DL), AILA Global Migration Section Steering Committee, Milan, Italy
  • William A. Stock, AILA Past President, Philadelphia, PA
  • Gregory Siskind, AILA Board of Governors, Memphis, TN
  • Selvamalar Alagaratnam, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
  • Gunther Mävers, Cologne, Germany
  • Bram van Melle, Amsterdam, Netherlands

 

For more information please visit the website: aila.org/m/GIF2020

 

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