This short course focuses on the intersection between criminal and immigration law, providing both theoretical and practical understanding of the impact of criminal conduct on immigration status. We will explore specific grounds of deportation and inadmissibility related to criminal conduct and the impact of criminal history on relief available under immigraiton law. We will analyze the laws, policies and constitutionality of immigration enforcement including mandatory detention resulting from interaction with the criminal justice system. In addition, we will consider recent federal and local policies regarding policing non-citizens and their effectiveness and impact on the immigrant and broader community. Outside speakers will be invited. Students must have previously taken the Immigration Clinic or Immigration Law survey course or have had other significant immigration law experience. Students must receive the professors' approval to enroll in the class. Please send a brief statement explaining your relevant coursework and/or experience as well as your interest in the course to firstname.lastname@example.org. Pass/fail.
Short course from 1/22/19 through 3/5/19
|Wednesday||3:45 - 5:35 pm||TNH 3.129|
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