Alabama’s Attorney General, Luther Strange, will join the panel on immigration issues at NAFUSA’s annual conference in Atlanta on Saturday, October 13, 2012. Strange, elected as Alabama’s 49th Attorney General, serves, among his other duties, as coordinating counsel for the Gulf States in the litigation against BP for the oil spill.
Prior to his election, Strange was in private practice in Birmingham, Alabama, where he founded Strange LLC, named one of the top firms in the Southeast for economic development. Prior to starting his own firm, he was a partner at Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP. He is a graduate of Tulane University Law School.
Strange will be joined on the immigration panel by moderator Charlie Savage, of the New York Times; Alexandro Mayorkas, Director of United States Citizenship and Immigration Services at DHS; and Nina Perales, President of Litigation for the Mexican Legal and Educational Fund.