Friday, August 7, 2015

Symposium on Kerry v. Din: All of the Contributions

In Kerry v. Din, the Supreme Court in June addressed an immigrant visa denial case raising the doctrine of consular nonreviewability.  This is my analysis of the opinion for SCOTUSBlog.

In the weeks following the decision, ImmigrationProf posted a series of responses to Kerry v. Din.  Here they are:

June 24, 2015, Symposium on Kerry v. Din: What is the "Holding" of Kerry v. Din? by Chuck Roth 

June 22, 2015, Symposium on Kerry v. Din: Due Process and Plenary Power by Matthew J. Lindsay

June 19, 2015, Symposium on Kerry v. Din: When it comes to immigration, neither marriage nor citizenship matter by M. Isabel Medina

June 18, 2015, Symposium on Kerry v. Din: Due Process Rights, Beyond Marriage by Rachel Rosenbloom

June 18, 2015, Symposium on Kerry v. Din: Married, But Separated by Michael Kagan

June 18, 2015, Symposium on Kerry v. Din: Kerry v. Din as a Troubling "Terrorism" and "National Security" Case by Carrie Rosenbaum

June 17, 2015, Symposium on Kerry v. Din: Lip Service to Due Process in Kerry v. Din by Geoffrey Heeren

June 16, 2015, Symposium on Kerry v. Din: Another Choiceless Choice by Elizabeth Keyes

KJ

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