Immigration Law

Immigration Law

Immigration Law

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In addition to the core Immigration Law course that is taught every year, the program frequently offers advanced courses, including Refugee Law and Policy, Citizenship and Group Identity, and other related seminars. Students who want hands-on experience in working with immigrant clients can take the Immigration Law Clinic, which is also offered annually.

The following is a list of courses offered during the current and two previous academic years. Numbers in parentheses indicate which academic year(s) the courses were offered, i.e., 2020-21 is coded (21), 2021-22 is coded (22) and 2022-23 is coded (23). (SC) stands for short course and (YR) stands for yearlong. 

Courses

Administrative Law (21,22,23)
Asian Americans and the Law (23)
Border Policy and Politics (22,23)
Foreign Relations Law (21,22,23)
Immigration Law and Policy (21,22,23)
International Human Rights Law (21,22,23)
International Law (21,22,23)
International Law of Migration and Refugees (21)
Labor Law (21,22,23)
Legislation (21,22,23)
National Security Law (21,22,23)

Presidential Powers (21,22)
Racial Justice and Law (21,22,23)

Clinics

Advanced International Human Rights Law Clinic (22,23)
Immigration Law Clinic (YR) (21,22,23)

International Human Rights Law Clinic (21,22,23)

Amanda Frost