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Thursday, March 08, 2018

The Immigration Nexus: Law, Politics, and Constitutional Identity (Updated)

I am in Portland today for the 2018 Spring Symposium of Lewis & Clark Law Review, The Immigration Nexus: Law, Politics, and Constitutional Identity. I will be talking about universal injunctions (and the paper will undergo significant organizational changes in the next draft, as I incorporate helpful reader comments and a different focus that I discovered in preparing my talk) and Amanda Frost will present her paper in support of them (we actually are close on a lot of the underlying issues).

Video of the Event is here.

Spring 2018 Law Review Symposium: The Immigration Nexus: Law, Politics, and Constitutional Identity

Date: 1:00pm - 5:00pm PST March 9 Location: Erskine B. Wood Hall

 

 
 
 

1:00 p.m. PANEL ONE

(Moderator: Associate Dean John Parry)

OPPORTUNITIES & ANXIETIES: A STUDY OF INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS IN THE TRUMP ERA

Kit Johnson

THE CONSTITUTION AND THE TRUMP TRAVEL BAN

Earl Maltz

UNIVERSAL NOT NATIONWIDE AND NOT APPROPRIATE: ON THE SCOPE OF INJUNCTIONS IN CONSTITUTIONAL LITIGATION

Howard Wasserman

IN DEFENSE OF UNIVERSAL INJUNCTIONS

Amanda Frost

 

3:15 p.m. PANEL TWO

(Moderator: Professor Juliet Stumpf)

WHO NEEDS DACA OR THE DREAM ACT?

Susan Dussault

THE IMMIGRATION-WELFARE NEXUS IN A NEW ERA?

Andrew Hammond

THE 20-YEAR ATTACK ON ASYLUM SEEKERS

Kari Hong

Posted by Howard Wasserman on March 8, 2018 at 11:50 PM in Article Spotlight, Howard Wasserman, Teaching Law | Permalink

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