Categories: Immigration Law
Instructor(s) Sovern, Grant
This survey course will explore the many facets
including the policies and politics that create it. The course will use
many topics to examine the constitutional, statutory, regulatory, and
human aspects, including: the federal immigration power, citizenship,
admissions, family and employment-based immigration, deportation/removal, refugees/asylum, employer sanctions and anti-discrimination, and other current topics in the immigration debate. We will also focus on the practice of immigration law and how it affects other areas of the law such as family law, business law, and criminal law.