Thursday, September 29, 2022

UCLA Law’s Center for Immigration Law and Policy Law Fellow Position

UCLA Law’s Center for Immigration Law and Policy is looking for a Law Fellow starting in summer or early fall 2023.   The full job posting is here.  It begins as follows:

"The Center for Immigration Law and Policy seeks a law fellow to engage in creative, high-quality research and analysis related to immigration law and public policy. The Fellow will further the Center's mission by conducting legal and multi-disciplinary research on a range of immigration law and related issues, including the racially discriminatory origins of various provisions of the immigration code, the possibility of greater state and local-level immigration law, and other topics. The Fellow will provide research and writing support to senior scholars at the Center and will contribute to reports, academic articles, public comments, and other Center work. The Law Fellow will also participate actively in the Center's litigation projects, including cases involving immigration detention, the Temporary Protected Status program, access to the asylum system in the border region, and others. This will be a two-year position, beginning in Summer or early Fall 2023, and will be based in Los Angeles, California (as COVID-19 regulations permit)."

Professors Hiroshi Motomura and Ahilan Arulanantham are co-directors of the Center.


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