The teacher's manual contains detailed analyses of all the policy questions, fact problems, and simulation exercises, as well as synopses of all the cases, sample syllabi, and other teaching suggestions.The new edition replaces the ...
Author: Stephen H. Legomsky
Since its initial publication in 1992, this casebook has been adopted at 172 U.S. law schools. It mixes theory, policy, and politics with practice-oriented materials that deal in doctrine, planning, and problem-solving. The authors make heavy use of policy analysis, fact problems, and simulation exercises. The teacher's manual contains detailed analyses of all the policy questions, fact problems, and simulation exercises, as well as synopses of all the cases, sample syllabi, and other teaching suggestions.The new edition replaces the combination of the 4th edition and the 2007 Supplement. It incorporates the sweeping changes of the past two years.Highlights include:The various elements of comprehensive immigration reformNew policy materials on the immigration debate and official EnglishA revamped chapter on undocumented immigrants, including a new section on the desirability and constitutionality of state and local interventionsNew developments on wor
Nanmin Hanreishuh (Collection of Refugee Related Judicial Decisions) (Gendai
Jinbunsha, Japan, 2004). ... Immigration and Refugee Law and Policy (2nd ed., University Casebook Series, The Foundation Press Inc, New York, 1997).
Author: Osamu Arakaki
This volume examines the development of refugee law and policy in Japan. The book discusses systemic weaknesses and compares the evolution of law in other states to highlight problems in Japan's refugee determination system. Ultimately, the book calls for Japan to reform failing systems and take innovative action towards refugee protection.
The third edition of Refugee Law and Policy, which includes all legal developments through mid-2006, provides a thoughtful scholarly analysis of refugee law, and related protections such as that available under the Convention against ...
Author: Karen Musalo
The third edition of Refugee Law and Policy, which includes all legal developments through mid-2006, provides a thoughtful scholarly analysis of refugee law, and related protections such as that available under the Convention against Torture. The book is rooted in an international law perspective, enhanced by a comparative approach. Starting with ancient precursors to asylum, the casebook portrays refugee law as dynamic across time and cultural contexts.Although Refugee Law and Policy is directed to students of U.S. law, it draws on the legislation, jurisprudence and guidelines of other Refugee Convention and Protocol signatories, including Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. The casebook is up to date on developments to harmonize refugee policy within the European Union, and includes discussion of relevant E.U. directives. In its treatment of U.S., as well as global trends, Refugee Law and Policy examines and contrasts some of the most controversial contemporary issues in refugee law, such as the denial of access to the territory of the country of asylum, through use of expedited removal and similar ?accelerated? procedures, the increased use of detention, and the ongoing debate over gender-based claims for protection. Refugee Law and Policy also compares current trends in refugee law to parallel trends in human rights and humanitarian and international criminal law, with special reference to the work of the International Tribunals for Yugoslavia and Rwanda. The materials Musalo, Moore and Boswell present in the book are more fully examined through the extensive use of notes and comments, which also serve to highlight essential themes and concepts of the text and to make them more accessible to the reader. Since the casebook addresses both substance and procedure, with a focus on practice as well as theory, it is an excellent text not only for students, but for practitioners and those in government agencies as well.
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Author: The George Washington International Law ReviewPublish On: 2019-08-02
It provides an overview of immigration law requirements and procedures in over
twenty-five countries, as well as ... This source, organized in a white-paper format
, provides a collection of Internet resources related to international refugee law. ...
New York University Law School, Annmarie Zell, provides a collection of diverse
sources on various aspects of immigration law ... This legal casebook, used by
approximately 172 U.S. law schools, combines theory, policy, and politics with
Author: The George Washington International Law Review
The Guide to International Legal Research is an authoritative and comprehensive reference tool for law students and practitioners. Authored annually by The George Washington International Law Review, the Guide is designed to assist both novices and professionals with their international legal research. Following an introduction by Professor Christopher J. Borgen, the Guide is organized into two parts. In the first part, chapters are divided by regions. Each regional chapter includes an overview of the geopolitical climate in that region and lists government resources, legal resources, media resources, and resources by topic. Where appropriate, these sources are subdivided by country. Many of the chapters discuss general multi-national organizations as well as international trade organizations and agreements that are specific to the region. The Guide also provides an overview of what each source covers and how it can be most effective. The second part of the Guide covers substantive areas of international law, including general international law, public health law, space law, human rights law, group rights, intellectual property, international trade, international business transactions, tax law, environmental law, labor law, and international security law, among other topics. Much like the regional sections, the substantive chapters begin with a section on international governance followed by a section on secondary sources pertinent to that subject area.
Immigration law . . . can be one of the richest and most rewarding subjects for
both students and professors. It is redolent of our ... It depends upon public
confidence in lawfully constituted authority.23 22 Aleinikoff and Martin, ' Immigration Process and Policy', in American Casebook Series, West, (1985). 23
'Courts and the Rule of Law', in The Rule of Law Series, Melbourne University, 7
November 2001: ...
Author: Mirko Bagaric
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
This book extracts and explains the main principles of migration and refugee law.
RefugeesLegal status , laws , etc . ... Series . 1 . Imperialism - History . 2 .
Constitutional history United States . 3 . Constitutional law - United States . 4 . ...
rights controversies — Judicial policy - making capacity – Limits of judicial
oversight of redistricting policy — Redistricting for the new ... Series . PHELAN ,
Margaret , 342 . 41082 barrister . Immigration law handbook / Margaret Phelan
and James Gillespie . ... ( University casebook series ) Includes bibliographical
references ( p . ix - xvii ) ...
Author: David Hollenbach, SJPublish On: 2010-04-19
See TRAC, "The Asylum Process," http://trac.syr.edu/immigration/reports/159/
index .html (accessed May 5, 2009). 19. DHS, FY 2007, Table 16, U.S.
Department of Homeland Security; U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Service (
USCIS); Refugee, Asylum, and Parole System ... Fullerton, Forced Migration Law
and Policy, Thomson West American Casebook Series (Eagan, MN: Thomson
West, 2007), 3. 23.
Author: David Hollenbach, SJ
Publisher: Georgetown University Press
Category: Political Science
Throughout human history people have been driven from their homes by wars, unjust treatment, earthquakes, and hurricanes. The reality of forced migration is not new, nor is awareness of the suffering of the displaced a recent discovery. The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees estimates that at the end of 2007 there were 67 million persons in the world who had been forcibly displaced from their homes—including more than 16 million people who had to flee across an international border for fear of being persecuted due to race, religion, nationality, social group, or political opinion. Driven from Home advances the discussion on how best to protect and assist the growing number of persons who have been forced from their homes and proposes a human rights framework to guide political and policy responses to forced migration. This thought-provoking volume brings together contributors from several disciplines, including international affairs, law, ethics, economics, and theology, to advocate for better responses to protect the global community’s most vulnerable citizens.
Author: Ohio State University. College of Law. LibraryPublish On: 1999
Ohio State University. College of Law. Library. INTERNATIONAL ( CONTD )
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IN COSMOPOLITAN DEMOCRACY . ... Gwyn Prins and Elizabeth Sellwood Refugees : a special case for cosmopolitan citizenship ? ... ( American casebook series ) NOTES : Includes index . ... A HISTORY OF CANADIAN IMMIGRATION POLICY .
Author: Ohio State University. College of Law. Library
Materials will include a health law casebook and selected readings from medical
and health policy sources. During the later sessions of the semester students
present their seminar papers to the class.] LAW 731 immigration and Refugee Law ...