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Clark University to Host Lecture Focusing on Immigration Law

Saturday, September 03, 2016

 

Anna Law

Clark University will host "Immigration Law: Does the Constitution Trump Building a Wall and Mass Deportations?" a lecture by Anna Law,  Herbert Kurz Chair in Constitutional Rights at Brooklyn College, at 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, September 14 in Tilton Hall. 

The event is part of Clark's official observance of Constitution Day. 

Anna Law 

Professor Law investigates the interactions of law, legal institutions, and politics. She is the author of "The Immigration Battle in American Courts," which looks at the role of the federal judiciary in U.S. immigration police, and the institutional evolution  of the Supreme Court and U.S. Courts of Appeals. 

She is former program analyst at the bipartisan, blue-ribbon United States Commission on immigration reform and has shared expertise with the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee, the Department of Homeland Security and the National Science Foundation. 

For more information, click here. 

 

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