CUNY Adult and Continuing Educationhttp://web.cuny.edu/academics/academic-programs/con-ed.html
CUNY continuing education programs, courses and certificates offer an unrivaled array of opportunities for career advancement and professional development, skill development, and personal growth, all for affordable prices, on flexible schedules, and at locations throughout New York City.
CUNY School of Professional Studies (Immigration Law Studies)www.sps.cuny.edu
The CUNY School of Professional Studies offers an immigration studies program not available anywhere else. This comprehensive immigration law studies program leads to a New York State authorized certificate in Immigration Law Studies.
Hostos Community College (Paralegal Studies)
Offers a 54 hour certificate program in Paralegal Studies and Legal Document Preparation. Geared toward non-profit, business and paralegal professionals who want to learn more about particular legal topics. Located in the Bronx.
John Jay College of Criminal Justice (Paralegal Studies)
New York City College of Technology (Legal Assistant Studies)
American Immigration Lawyers Association
The national association of immigration lawyers, AILA offers conferences and events on immigration as well as conference recordings and audio and web seminars. Some events have CLE credits available.
Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc.
Immigrant Concerns Training Institutewww.thenyic.org
The New York Immigration Coalition offers trainings on immigration issues through this Insitute. Some trainings have CLE credits available.
New York City Bar
Offers over 150 programs a year covering most areas of the law, including immigration. New York City Bar courses are held at the Association House, 42 West 44th Street, New York, and are open to members and non-members alike. Some courses have CLE credits available.
The Practising Law Institute
A non-profit continuing education organization, chartered by the Regents of the University of the State of New York. The Practising Law Institute offers seminars, audio CDs and DVDs, MP3s and live webcasts on immigration and other legal issues.