Volume 33, Number 3 (Spring 2019)


Removals to Somalia in Light of the Convention against Torture: Recent Evidence from Somali Bantu Deportees
Daniel J. Van Lehman and Estelle M. McKee

Case Comment

World Without Fong Yue Ting: Envisioning an Alternative Reality if the Dissenters Prevailed
Chris Westfall

Volume 32, Number 1 (Fall 2017)


Ethics Issues Inherent in Special Immigrant Juvenile State Court Proceedings – Practical Proposals for Intractable Problems
Alexis Anderson

Promoting a Child Rights-Based Approach to Immigration in the United States
Olga Byrne

Immigration Law Allies and Administrative Law Adversaries
Jill E. Family


The Undocumented Workers’ Dilemma: Improving Workplace Rights for Undocumented Workers Through Labor Arbitration and Collective Bargaining
Conor Trombetta

Current Developments

Current Developments in Immigration Law: Changing Title IX Enforcement Under Secretary Devos and the Impact on Immigrant and Undocumented Students
Jessica Davidson

Current Developments in Immigration Law: Terminating Temporary Protected Status for El Salvador
Jared Allen

Volume 31, Number 3 (Spring 2017)


Non-Discrimination in Refugee and Asylum Law (Against Travel Ban 1.0 and 2.0)
Eunice Lee

Instilling Fear and Regulating Behavior: Immigration Law as Social Control
Lori A. Nessel

The Myth of Second Chances: Noncitizen Youth and Confidentiality of Delinquency Records
Beth K. Zilberman


Protecting Syrian Refugees: Short Term Solution to Unsustainable Burden and the Necessity of Eliciting Aid from the Global North
Ahmad El-Gamal

Arizona’s Anti-Immigration Law and the Pervasiveness of Racial Profiling
Paige Newman

Against Walls: How President Trump’s Walling Initiatives Undermine American Exceptionalism
Noah Smith

Current Developments

Current Developments in the Executive Branch: Sanctuary Cities under the Trump Administration, the Frontlines of the Battle for Immigration
Ahmad Al-Dajani

Supreme Court—October Term 2016 Review
John Paul DeWitt

Current Developments in the Legislative Branch: The Fair Day in Court for Kids Act: A Necessary but Unlikely Step to Increase Representation in Immigration Proceedings
Guohao Qu, Michael Fakhoury, James O’Toole, and Paul Mayer