Immigration Law

J. Michaels

This course is an introductory examination of U.S. national security law. We will study questions relating to the exercise of military force, the conduct of intelligence operations, and the...

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I. Eagly H. Motomura

The course focuses on the answers to four principal questions: who is a citizen of the United States?; who else can come to this country as an immigrant or a visitor?; when and why can non-citizens...

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H. Motomura

This course examines the rights (and responsibilities) of non-citizens. Put differently, this course analyzes when and how questions of membership in U.S. society are complicated by immigration and...

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This course, which is open to students who are currently enrolled in Immigration Law or who have taken Immigration Law (or a comparable course) in a prior semester, is focused on providing a more...

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J. Chacón

This seminar will explore a broad set of issues relating to noncitizens and the criminal legal system, including: the bureaucratic bonds between the criminal enforcement and immigration enforcement...

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J. Berra S. Cheer N. Espíritu H. Motomura

The Immigrants’ Rights Policy Clinic addresses broad-based, systemic issues of immigrants’ rights in a practical setting, with the emphasis on state and local engagement with immigration law and...

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N. Rabin

This live-client clinic serves immigrant families on the site of the Robert F. Kennedy campus of six K-12 LAUSD public schools located in Koreatown. The location of this clinic will give students a...

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