Denise L Gilman in the News
Denise L Gilman’s faculty profile
September 17, 2022
Professor Denise Gilman is a guest on the NPR program "All Things Considered" to speak about the legal ramifications of governors busing and flying migrants to other parts of the country.
August 5, 2022
Professor Denise Gilman is cited in a fact-checking article, debunking claims made about Border Patrol issuing social security numbers to migrants at the border.
August 1, 2022
Professor Denise Gilman talks about how Texas' transportation of migrants back to the border signifies a new level of enforcement by the state.
July 7, 2022
Professors Denise Gilman and Stephen Vladeck both are quoted in an article about the potential unconstitutionality of Governor Abbott's order to National Guard soldiers and law enforcement to apprehend and return migrants suspected of illegally crossing the border.
Stephen I Vladeck
July 1, 2022
Professors Denise Gilman and Barbara Hines each are quoted in an article about a ruling by the Texas Supreme Court on whether immigration detention facilities can be licensed as childcare centers.
June 30, 2022
Professor Denise Gilman explains potential complications concerning the termination of "Remain in Mexico," a Trump-era immigration policy that requires refugees to remain in Mexico as they await their immigration hearings.
May 12, 2022
Professor Denise Gilman references empirical evidence refuting false claims about immigrants made by conservative activists in a recently resurfaced video.
April 27, 2022
Professor Denise Gilman speaks on the legal and political challenges to the Biden administration's Title 42 and "Remain in Mexico" policies as part of "The Washington Journal" segment.
April 8, 2022
Professor Denise Gilman is quoted in an article about the potential legal implications of Governor Abbott's stated plan to busing immigrants to Washington DC.
The Texas Tribune
April 6, 2022
Professor Denise Gilman is quoted in an article regarding Governor Abbott's plan to bus migrants to Washington D.C. from Texas.