Thursday, January 11, 2007

New Georgetown Immigration Law Journal Hot Off the Presses

The summer 2006 issue of the Georgetown Immigration Law Journal (vol. 20) has just been pubished. Here is the table of contents:

The Citizenship Dialectic, by Ediberto Román (Florida international)

Discretionary Deportation, by Gerald L. Neuman (Harvard)

NOTES

Judicial Deference After United States v. Mead: How Streamlining Measures at the Board of Immigration Appeals May Transform Traditional Notions of Deference in Immigration Law, by Estella F. Chen

The Imperfect Legacy of Gomez v. INS: Using Social Perceptions to Adjudicate Social Group Claims, by Talia Inlender

CURRENT DEVELOPMENTS

LEGISLATIVE BRANCH: A House-Senate Standoff over Immigration Reform

EXECUTIVE BRANCH: ICE Establishes IMAGE Program

JUDICIAL BRANCH: A Recent Decision: Fernandez-Vargaz v. Gonzales

KJ

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