Note Author Speaker Series
Wednesday, February 13, 2013 12:10 PM EST
-- 01:00 PM EST
The Columbia Law Review and Student Services invite you to this week’s installment of the Note Author Speaker Series, which will highlight student scholarship being published in the area of immigration law. Professor Christina Duffy Ponsa will moderate a panel consisting of:
- Julie Braker (Journal of Law & Social Problems), Navigating the Relationship Between the DHS and the DOL: The Search for Solutions
- Martine Forneret (Columbia Law Review), Pulling the Trigger: An Analysis of Circuit Court Review of the "Persecutor Bar"
- Sayoni Maitra (Human Rights Law Review), The Sweetest Visa on Earth: Protecting the Rights of J-1 Students in the U.S. Summer Work Travel Program
- Lily Zaragoza (Columbia Law Review), Delimiting Limitations: Does the Immigration and Nationality Act Impose a Statute of Limitations on Noncitizen Removal Proceedings?
Come see what your peers have produced, join the discussion, or get inspired to write a Note of your own! Lunch will be served. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org