Tuesday, August 30, 2011

UCLA Law Review Symposium: Criminal Law and Immigration Law: Defining the Outsider

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Here is the Table of contents of the current issue of the UCLA Law Review:

Symposium: Criminal Law and Immigration Law: Defining the Outsider Articles

Introduction Rachel F. Moran

Why Padilla Doesn’t Matter (Much) Darryl K. Brown

Illegal Entry as Crime, Deportation as Punishment: Immigration Status and the Criminal Process Gabriel J. Chin

The Right to Deportation Counsel in Padilla v. Kentucky: The Challenging Construction of the Fifth-and-a-Half Amendment Daniel Kanstroom

Padilla and the Delivery of Integrated Criminal Defense Ronald F. Wright

Undocumented Criminal Procedure Devon W. Carbado Cheryl I. Harris

Litigation at Work: Defending Day Labor in Los Angeles Scott L. Cummings

Doing Time: Crimmigration Law and the Perils of Haste Juliet P. Stumpf

Local Immigration Prosecution: A Study of Arizona Before SB 1070 Ingrid V. Eagly

The Discretion That Matters: Federal Immigration Enforcement, State and Local Arrests, and the Civil-Criminal Line Hiroshi Motomura

COMMENT

Moving Toward Subfederal Involvement in Federal Immigration Law Ryan Terrance Chin

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