Spring 2014
    Law No.: LAW9205
    Sched. No.: 114219489

Immigration Enforcement*
Section 1
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Abrams, Karen L.
Jain, Eisha



Administrative Information:
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Days, Times (Room):F, 1130-1330 (WB129)
Credits:3Type:Seminar
Capacity:20 **This information is current as of 04/18/2014 06:15:33 AM**
Current Enrollment:16 **This information is current as of 04/18/2014 06:15:33 AM**

Course Description:

This seminar will explore how immigration enforcement unfolds within the United States. We will examine how localities, states, and the federal government have responded in dynamic and at times contradictory ways to the presence of immigrants. We will also examine how immigration status shapes doctrinal developments in areas such as civil rights, access to courts, detention, and criminal procedure. On a broader level, we will ask how immigration enforcement has been shaped by how immigrants are perceived – as transients, criminals, or future citizens.

NOTE: Laptops are not allowed during class sessions.

COURSE REQUIREMENT: A substantial research paper

This course is on the approved upper-level writing requirement course list.