Category Archives: Immigration Law

Law, Gender and Citizenship: Contemporary Issues for American Indians and Immigrants – Madison, WI

The Wisconsin Journal of Law, Gender & Society has announced that its 2010 Symposium, “Law, Gender and Citizenship: Contemporary Issues for American Indians and Immigrants,” will be on March 5, 2010…

Applied Feminism and Marginalized Communities – Baltimore

The University of Baltimore School of Law‘s Center on Applied Feminism presents the Third Annual Feminist Legal Theory Conference, Applied Feminism and Marginalized Communities, March 4-5, 2010. The organizers see…

Sep. 17, 2009 Colloquia/Workshops

University of Florida Florida Law Faculty, The U.S. Constitution and Undocumented Immigrants

Emerging Immigration Law Scholars and Teachers – Hempstead, NY

Hofstra Law hosted Emerging Immigration Law Scholars and Teachers Conference July 16-17, 2009.

Call for Papers: Future of Immigration Law and the New Administration

The Saint Louis University Public Law Review announces a call for papers for its spring 2010 issue. The topic of the spring issue is the Future of Immigration Law and…

Fourteenth Annual LatCrit Conference – Washington, D.C.

American University Washington College of Law hosts the Fourteenth Annual LatCrit (Latina and Latino Critical Legal Theory, Inc.) Conference on October 1-4, 2009. The theme of this year’s conference is…

Evolving Definition of the Immigrant Worker: Employment, Labor, Human Rights – San Francisco

The University of San Francisco Law Review presents a symposium, The Evolving Definition of the Immigrant Worker: The Intersection Between Employment, Labor, and Human Rights Law, Feb. 27, 2009.

November 19th Colloquia/Workshops

Connecticut         Martin Stone (Cardozo Law), Positivism as Opposed to What? Law and the Moral Concept of Right NYU Legal History        Deborah Dinner (NYU Law), Reproductive Work:  From Social…

November 19th Colloquia/Workshops

Connecticut         Martin Stone (Cardozo Law), Positivism as Opposed to What? Law and the Moral Concept of Right NYU Legal History        Deborah Dinner (NYU Law), Reproductive Work:  From Social…

November 13th Colloquia/Workshops

Connecticut        Steven Davidoff (Connecticut Law), The Failure of Private Equity Florida State        Michael Rappaport (San Diego Law), The Tradeoff Between Originalism and Precedent: A Consequentialist Analysis Harvard Health…