Show Trials has received widespread media attention:
The California State Bar publication California Litigation published an article by the author about immigration reform, entitled “Basic Fairness.” The article discusses the need for immigration courts to use the same rules and procedures traditional courts employ in order to protect people from defaults and to protect unaccompanied children.
The USC School of Law Magazine profiles Peter and the book.
Peter speaks to college students in an Introduction to Law class at Golden West College addressing the book and the philosophical and social ethics questions involved in immigration reform.
Peter speaks at the prestigious Berklee College of Music on copyright law and addresses the intersection of his book Show Trials with the copyright property concepts.
The national Super Lawyer magazine recognizes Peter Afrasiabi as a Super Lawyer, an honor given to less than 5% of all lawyers, and publishes an interviewwith the author about Show Trials and immigration reform.
Orange County Lawyer magazine publishes an article on immigration reform that is derived from Show Trials. The article, written by the author, is calledLost Childrenand addresses the plight of children who are in deportation or removal proceedings in the immigration system but are unrepresented by an attorney.
The American Bar Association publishes a podcast interview with Peter and a reading of Show Trials.
Peter speaks to a large group of social ethics and political philosophy students at Cal State Fullerton and Orange Coast College about the immigration court system, the property court system, and the philosophical and political underpinnings of the issues within Show Trials.