Fall 2021 • Section 21
• CRN 38992
The course will address various elements of immigration and nationality law and policy. It will consider the statutory parameters for admission into the United States as well as the grounds for removal. The course will also address the exceptional constitutional regime that applies to immigration. The course will situate these elements in a historical and policy context at the same time as it will apply the law to actual and hypothetical problems relating to the legal status of non-citizens seeking entry to or located within the United States. Finally, the course will consider the terms for the allocation of U.S. citizenship.
|M/W 2:35-3:50 PM||Klein 7B||in person|