SALT LAKE CITY -- Utah Attorney General Mark Shurtleff will be discussing Utah's immigration reform during a national conference in Washington, D.C.
Shurtleff will give the opening remarks at Tuesday's Immigration Law and Policy Conference on the campus of Georgetown University.
Following his speech, Shurtleff will participate in a panel discussion about the role of states in immigration policy. He will be joined by former Arizona Attorney General Terry Goddard, Immigration Works president Tamar Jacoby and the former commissioner of the U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service Doris Meissner.
The conference is hosted by the Migration Policy Institute, Catholic Legal Immigration Network and the Georgetown University Law Center.
The daylong conference will also examine legal challenges to immigration laws, partnerships between the states and federal government for immigration enforcement and immigration detention reform efforts.