To celebrate the holidays and finish grading my students’ exams, I’ll be taking a break from updating crImmigration.com until after the new year. New articles will resume around January 8.
The new year promises a number of exciting crimmigration law developments that I’ll highlight on the blog. First, keep an eye out for an online symposium beginning the week of January 12 about an important crimmigration law case being argued before the U.S. Supreme Court that week, Mellouli v. Holder. A half dozen or so practitioners and academics with a keen understanding of the issues Mellouli raises will be sharing their thoughts.
Second, the Denver University Law Review is on track to host “CrImmigration: Crossing the Border Between Criminal Law and Immigration Law” on February 6 and 7. This live symposium will feature well-known crimmigration scholars from around the United States, including Jennifer Chacón of UC Irvine and Kevin Johnson of UC Davis who will be doing keynote addresses. I hope you’ll consider joining us in Denver that weekend.
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