Monday, December 30, 2019

AALS: Immigration Programming

Immprofs heading to AALS this week will have a lot of options for immigration programming:

  • Friday, January 3 from 8:30-10:15AM: Immigration Control and Environmental Regulation: Toward Justice?
  • Friday, January 3 from 8:30-10:15AM: Emerging Issues in Elder Law
  • Friday, January 3 from 1:30-3:15PM: Clinical Legal Education - Exploring Immigrant Justice from Intersectional Perspectives
  • Friday, January 3 from 3:30-5:15PM: New Voices in Immigration Law
  • Saturday, January 4 at 8:30am: Discussion of Benson, Yake-Loehr, Sivaprasad Wadhia casebook
  • Saturday, January 4 from 10:30AM-12:15PM: The Challenge of International Law in Dealing with the Causes of the Global Refugee Crisis: Climate Change, Armed Conflict, and Gross Human Rights Abuses Perpetrated by State and Non-State Actors
  • Saturday, January 4 from 1:30-3:15PM: Federal Courts at the Border
  • Sunday, January 5 from 8:30-10:15AM: Recent Developments: How Easily Can Agencies Change Regulatory Policy in Immigration & Civil Rights?
  • Sunday, January 5 from 3:30-5:15PM: Scaling the Invisible Wall: Bureaucratic Controls Over Legal Immigration

If you're interested in participating in the Friday afternoon New Voices session, contact me anytime before the event (or during) and I will send you copies of the papers under consideration. The six papers chosen will be considered in three groups:

Group 1:
Smita Ghosh: Halting & Holding, or Crimmigration Across the Border
Lindsay Nash: Administrative Arrest Warrants

Group 2:

Caitlin Bellis: Accardi in the Trump Era
Nicole Hallett: Rethinking Prosecutorial Discretion in Immigration Enforcement

Group 3:

Laila Hlass & Lindsay Harris: A Tool for Teaching Effective & Justice-Oriented Legal Interviewing: The Legal Interviewing and Language Access Film Project
Eisha Jain: Policing Immigration Status


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