Friday, February 18, 2011
Sean C. Koehler, Senior Articles Editor of the Fordham Urban Law Journal, writes to let us know about the publication of several labor/employment essays in the Urban Law Journal's book on immigration policy. This is a themed volume with fourteen articles and essays from many of the leaders in the immigration law field. Each piece either suggests a specific fix to the U.S. Immigration system or discusses in depth a specific flaw in the system. Here are the essays with a labor/employment angle:
- David Bacon & Bill Ong Hing: The Rise and Fall of Employer Sanctions.
- Chris Gafner & Stephen Yale-Loehr: Attracting The Best and The Brightest: A Critique of the Current U.S. Immigration System.
- Leticia M. Saucedo: Immigration Enforcement Versus Employment Law Enforcement: The Case For Integrated Protections In the Immigrant Workplace.
- Peter H. Schuck & John E. Tyler: Making the Case For Changing U.S. Policy Regarding Highly Skilled Immigrants.