Tuesday, March 29, 2011
From the Bookshelves: Legal Briefs on Immigration Reform from 25 of the Top Legal Minds in the Country
A must-read resource for attorneys, elected officials, legislators, policy makers, educators, students, citizens, immigrants and anyone interested in the future of America. With many immigration bills now being considered in state legislatures around the country, Robinson Omnimedia Publishing & Studios has released Legal Briefs on Immigration Reform from 25 of the Top Legal Minds in the Country, a timely and relevant analysis of what's needed to fix our broken immigration system.
In light of imminent national immigration reform, Editors Deborah Robinson and Mona Parsa, Esq. asked 25 of The Top Legal Minds in the Country this question: If you were called upon by the President of the United States to recommend a piece of immigration legislation that could pass the legal test of the U.S. Constitution and both houses of Congress, what would it include? This book is their answer.
Legal Briefs on Immigration Reform from 25 of the Top Legal Minds in the Country is an extensive and comprehensive compilation of brief legal opinions, observations and analyses on the issue of immigration reform from 25 of The Top Legal Minds in the Country. It is a must-read resource for attorneys, elected officials, legislators, policy makers, educators, students, citizens, immigrants and anyone interested in the future of America.
Including remarks from President Barack Obama, the book features noted top legal minds in the field of immigration, including; Gary Endelman, former In-house immigration counsel for BP America Inc.; Ira Kurzban, past national president and former General Counsel of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA); Michael Wildes, former federal prosecutor and past two-term mayor of Englewood, New Jersey; Austin Fragomen, chairman of the Board of Directors of the American Council on International Personnel; Patrick Shen, former policy director of Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE); Dr. Carol M. Swain, Pulitzer Prize nominee and professor of political science and professor of law at Vanderbilt University; Michael Fix, senior vice president and director of studies at the Migration Policy Institute (MPI); and David Selden, listed as one of the top lawyers in the country for the past 15 years.