Friday, June 16, 2017
For interested readers, here is a digest of our now-completed Scholarly Voices series on the Supreme Court's decision in Sessions v. Morales-Santana. We began with Professor Martha Davis's comment on the opinion's references to human rights and comparative law. Professor Nancy Dowd followed with analysis of Morales-Santana and fatherhood. Professor Deborah Brake contributed a two-part blog on the critical and thorny issue of remedy presented by the case, here and here. And Professor Rachel Rosenbloom, an immigration expert, provided analysis from an immigration perspective and the case's meaning for the plenary power doctrine here.
Thanks to our stellar contributors for offering such timely and thoughtful analyses of this case, and to our readers for spreading the word about this series and the Human Rights at Home blog!