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Entering The Trump Ice Age: Contextualizing The New Immigration Enforcement Regime, Bill Ong Hing May 2018

Entering The Trump Ice Age: Contextualizing The New Immigration Enforcement Regime, Bill Ong Hing

Texas A&M Law Review

During the early stages of the Trump ICE age, America seemed to be witnessing and experiencing an unparalleled era of immigration enforcement. But is it unparalleled? Did we not label Barack Obama the “deporter-inchief?” Was it not George W. Bush who used the authority of the Patriot Act to round up nonimmigrants from Muslim and Arab countries, and did his ICE not commonly engage in armed raids at factories and other worksites? Are there not strong parallels that can be drawn between Trump enforcement plans and actions and those of other eras? What about the fear and hysteria that seems ...


Cases And Case-Lawyers, Richard A. Danner Jan 2016

Cases And Case-Lawyers, Richard A. Danner

Faculty Scholarship

In the nineteenth century, the term “case-lawyer” was used as a label for lawyers who seemed to care more about locating precedents applicable to their current cases than understanding the principles behind the reported case law. Criticisms of case-lawyers appeared in English journals in the late 1820s, then in the United States, usually from those who believed that every lawyer needed to know and understand the unchanging principles of the common law in order to resolve issues not found in the reported cases. After the Civil War, expressions of concern about caselawyers increased with the significant growth in the amount ...


Whose Article Is It Anyway? Student Editors And The Law Review Process, Josephine R. Potuto Aug 2014

Whose Article Is It Anyway? Student Editors And The Law Review Process, Josephine R. Potuto

Josephine R Potuto

Law professors publish in law reviews, not peer-reviewed journals. They are edited by law students. The editing process can be both irritating and exasperating. From experiences lived and those shared by colleagues across the country, I provide concrete examples of where law student editors go wrong, and also explain why.


Bc Law Magazine Fall/Winter 2013, Boston College Law School Dec 2013

Bc Law Magazine Fall/Winter 2013, Boston College Law School

Boston College Law School Magazine

No abstract provided.


The Gift Of Milner Ball, Thomas L. Shaffer Nov 2013

The Gift Of Milner Ball, Thomas L. Shaffer

Thomas L. Shaffer

No abstract provided.


Christian Theology For Roman Catholic Law Schools, Thomas L. Shaffer, Robert E. Rodes Jr. Nov 2013

Christian Theology For Roman Catholic Law Schools, Thomas L. Shaffer, Robert E. Rodes Jr.

Thomas L. Shaffer

No abstract provided.


Academic Freedom And Professorial Speech In The Post-Garcetti World, Oren R. Griffin Nov 2013

Academic Freedom And Professorial Speech In The Post-Garcetti World, Oren R. Griffin

Seattle University Law Review

Academic freedom, a coveted feature of higher education, is the concept that faculty should be free to perform their essential functions as professors and scholars without the threat of retaliation or undue administrative influence. The central mission of an academic institution, teach-ing and research, is well served by academic freedom that allows the faculty to conduct its work in the absence of censorship or coercion. In support of this proposition, courts have long held that academic freedom is a special concern of the First Amendment, granting professors and faculty members cherished protections regarding academic speech. In Garcetti v. Ceballos, the ...


Bc Law Magazine Spring/Summer 2013, Boston College Law School Apr 2013

Bc Law Magazine Spring/Summer 2013, Boston College Law School

Boston College Law School Magazine

No abstract provided.


Bc Law Magazine Spring/Summer 2012, Boston College Law School May 2012

Bc Law Magazine Spring/Summer 2012, Boston College Law School

Boston College Law School Magazine

No abstract provided.


Vol. 61, No. 7, March 24, 2011, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 2011

Vol. 61, No. 7, March 24, 2011, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Foxes, Gin, Puss-Cats, and Pornography •Alternative Spring Break •Law School Prom Q&A •Herzog's Last Laugh •Beer Gal •Sudoku •Spring Break Pics •Dean Z's Facebook •Kicking it Old School •Butch Carpenter •Crossword


Bc Law Magazine Fall/Winter 2010, Boston College Law School Oct 2010

Bc Law Magazine Fall/Winter 2010, Boston College Law School

Boston College Law School Magazine

No abstract provided.


Uwlaw, Spring 2010, Vol. 61 Apr 2010

Uwlaw, Spring 2010, Vol. 61

Alumni Magazines

Cover story: For the Prosecution

Message from the Dean, page 2

News

  • Endowed Professorship Honors Dean Emeritus Ron Hjorth, page 3, photo
  • Ben Golden Named Student Regent, page 3, photo
  • Climate Change Meets Human Rights in New Seminar, page 4
  • Calandrillo Installed as Stone Professor of Law, page 4
  • Gates Scholars Head to Peru for International Conference on Reproductive Rights, by Lillian Hewko and Hilary Hammell, page 5

Jenny Durkan ('85): U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Washington, pages 6-8, photos

Douglas Whalley ('72), pages 9-10, photo

County Prosecutors: Serving Justice in Their Communities, pages 11-

  • Dan Satterberg ...


Who Wants To Be A Muggle? The Diminished Legitimacy Of Law As Magic, Mark Edwin Burge Jan 2010

Who Wants To Be A Muggle? The Diminished Legitimacy Of Law As Magic, Mark Edwin Burge

Faculty Scholarship

In the Harry Potter world, the magical population lives among the non-magical Muggle population, but we Muggles are largely unaware of them. This secrecy is by elaborate design and is necessitated by centuries-old hostility to wizards by the non-magical majority. The reasons behind this hostility, when combined with the similarities between Harry Potter-stylemagic and American law, make Rowling’s novels into a cautionary tale for the legal profession that it not treat law as a magic unknowable to non-lawyers. Comprehensibility — as a self-contained, normative value in the enactment interpretation, and practice of law — is given short-shrift by the legal profession ...


Who Wants To Be A Muggle? The Diminished Legitimacy Of Law As Magic, Mark E. Burge Dec 2009

Who Wants To Be A Muggle? The Diminished Legitimacy Of Law As Magic, Mark E. Burge

Mark Edwin Burge

In the Harry Potter world, the magical population lives among the non-magical Muggle population, but we Muggles are largely unaware of them. This secrecy is by elaborate design and is necessitated by centuries-old hostility to wizards by the non-magical majority. The reasons behind this hostility, when combined with the similarities between Harry Potter-stylemagic and American law, make Rowling’s novels into a cautionary tale for the legal profession that it not treat law as a magic unknowable to non-lawyers. Comprehensibility — as a self-contained, normative value in the enactment interpretation, and practice of law — is given short-shrift by the legal profession ...


Uwlaw, Fall 2007, Vol. 56 Nov 2007

Uwlaw, Fall 2007, Vol. 56

Alumni Magazines

Cover story: In-House Counsel and in the Senate Too

Message from the Dean, page 3

News

  • Brotherton Heads Up Washington Law School Foundation (Joe Brotherton '82), page 3
  • Professors Ramasastry and Winn Receive Fulbright Fellowships (Professors Anita Ramasastry and Jane Winn), page 3
  • Alumni Awards Celebrate Outstanding Achievement (Polly McNeil '87, Service Recognition Award; Jerry McNaul ' 68, Distinguished Alumni Award; Chang Rok Woo LLM '83, Distinguished Alumni Award; Todd Larson '88, Henry M. Jackson Distinguished Alumni Public Service Award), pages 4-5, photo
  • Creating Futures: Campaign Update, page 6
  • Community, Legislature Support Legal Public Service, page 7
  • Adrian Madrone and Marc ...


Vol. 58, No. 4, October 9, 2007, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 2007

Vol. 58, No. 4, October 9, 2007, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Reading Room to Close for Renovations •The Law of Sex Toys •Job Search 911 •Best of Ann Arbor •Halloween Preview •Crossword Puzzle •Nannes 3L Challenge


Vol. 58, No. 1, August 27, 2007, University Of Michigan Law School Aug 2007

Vol. 58, No. 1, August 27, 2007, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Nuggets of Wisdom from OCIs Past •How to Succeed at OCI Without Really Trying •Learn How to Find a Firm Job and Be Happy •Prof. Schneider on OCI and Your Future as a Lawyer •Expert Advice •Questions Imponderable and Strange •No Other Warranties, Expressed or Implied •10 Things Not to Do as a Summer Associate •Crossword •The OCI Drinking Game!


Vol. 57, No. 12, April 3, 2007, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 2007

Vol. 57, No. 12, April 3, 2007, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Truly Moot? First Round Delays, Lack of Transparency Mar Competition •Law School Facilities •Law School Rock Band •Ask Sandra D. •Interview with Prof. Simpson •Moot Court Finals •The Law Library


The Gift Of Milner Ball, Thomas L. Shaffer Jan 2007

The Gift Of Milner Ball, Thomas L. Shaffer

Journal Articles

No abstract provided.


Howard T. Markey, Sherman L. Cohn Jan 2007

Howard T. Markey, Sherman L. Cohn

Georgetown Law Faculty Publications and Other Works

Chief Judge, jet test pilot and Air Force General, lead partner in a highly-respected law firm, law teacher, law dean and sought-after lecturer, Howard T. Markey packed into a single life four distinguished careers, any one of which would merit biographical attention. His early years, however, did not show the promise of what later occurred - or perhaps it did.


Uwlaw, Fall 2006, Vol. 54 Nov 2006

Uwlaw, Fall 2006, Vol. 54

Alumni Magazines

Cover story: Beyond Billable Hours: Our Legacy of Public Service, featuring Tom Foley, Jim Ellis, Fawn Sharp, Erman Rajagukguk, the Gates Scholarship Program, the Afghan Legal Educators Project, and the Law School Clinics.

From the Dean: Taking the Broad View of Public Service, page 2

Alumni Awards Recognize Outstanding Achievement, page 3 (Gregory Gorder '85, Service Recognition Award; the Honorable Robert Bryan '58, Jonathan Bridge '76, and Scott Lukins '54, Distinguished Alumni Awards; photo)

Meet Arley Harrell '73, President of the UW Law School Alumni Association, page 4, photo

Prosterman Awarded Kravis Prize [Henry R. Kravis Prize for Leadership, with ...


Vol. 56, No. 6, November 15, 2005, University Of Michigan Law School Nov 2005

Vol. 56, No. 6, November 15, 2005, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Professors Provide Powerful Exam Tips •Question on the Quad •Professor Herzog Talks Torts, Teaching, and Swift •Over 70 M-Law Students 'Get Arrested' With New Club •Academic Journals: Humanity's Only Hope? •Introducing the Poetry of Elizabeth Bishop •Abandon All Cell Phones, All Ye Who Enter •Jenny Runkles Photos •Three Years in the Life of 3L Section ABCD •2L Speaks Out on Gender, Grades, and Giving Hugs •Addiction Can be a Good Thing •On the Supreme Court, Love and Basketball •'Twas the Night Before Finals


Bc Law Magazine Fall/Winter 2005, Boston College Law School Oct 2005

Bc Law Magazine Fall/Winter 2005, Boston College Law School

Boston College Law School Magazine

No abstract provided.


Vol. 56, No. 1, August 29, 2005, University Of Michigan Law School Aug 2005

Vol. 56, No. 1, August 29, 2005, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Career Services Dispels Seven Myths of Early Interview Week •How to Succeed at OCI Without Really Trying •Top Ten Reasons to Say "Yes!" When a 3L Asks You Out •Learn How to Find a Firm Job and Be Happy •The OCI Drinking Game! •Frequently Answered Questions at OCI •Crossword


Vol. 55, No. 13, March 15, 2005, University Of Michigan Law School Mar 2005

Vol. 55, No. 13, March 15, 2005, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Elections Approach for Law School Rep to Michigan Student Assembly •Prof Evals Should be Posted •SNARL Transforms Law School into Simulated Refugee Crisis •Boykin's Speech Addresses African-American, GLBT Issues •Getting Down to Business with Professor Pritchard •Civil Rights Attorney Speaks About Abu Ghraib Abuses •American Constitution Society to Launch Michigan Lawyer Chapter •Bar Month Photos •APALSA 'Origins' Show: In Pictures •Question on the Quad •'Origins' Celebrates Spring, Culture •It's Always the Season to GO BLUE! •I Hereby Announce My Retirement •Bid Until it Hurts at the SFF Auction •Married Law Student's Sanity Vanishes


Vol 55, No. 2, August 27, 2004, University Of Michigan Law School Aug 2004

Vol 55, No. 2, August 27, 2004, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Dean Precht Leaving M-Law: Reflections on Public Service •Course Schedules Could Use Greater Student Input •Caminker Provides Preview of New Year •A Look into the Past, Present and Future with Professor Whitman •On Campus Interviewing Tips from Those in the Know •Blue Football: Optimism with Cause •Ain't No Cure for the Summertime Blues When You're Crippled and Cite-Checking •The OCI Drinking Game! •Crossword


Vol. 54, No. 13, April 20, 2004, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 2004

Vol. 54, No. 13, April 20, 2004, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Out of Retirement, One More Time: A Conversation with Professor Emeritus John W. Reed •Riding Off into the Sunrise •'Can I Get a Witness?' Clark Asks Students at Blue Jeans Lecture •Stars of Entertainment Law Shed Light on Breaking In to the Industry •Speaker Foretells the State of the Los Angeles/ Bay Area Legal Market •Two Sides of Truck-dom from the Nissan Family •Why I Still Like U of M Law •Law School Takes My $40,000, My Sanity, One Year of My Life; and I Get...? •Boender Catches the Ponys at the Magic Stick, Catches Up with Lead Singer ...


Vol. 54, No. 12, April 6, 2004, University Of Michigan Law School Apr 2004

Vol. 54, No. 12, April 6, 2004, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Judge Simma Gives Glimpse into the Inner Workings of the International Court of Justice •In Memoriam: A Tribute to Reuben Sobczyk •Katzen Discusses Women's Issues •Justice Markman Discusses Proper Role of Judges •WAMM! Law School Community Explores Self-Defense Training •O-ye, O-ye, O-ye! 80th Annual Campbell Competition Shines •Criminal, Environmental Law Moot Court Teams Represent •Law Revue: Talented Law Students Do Something Other than Read, Drink •Screw Law School: How to Write a Bestselling Lawyer Drama Novel •Wondering What If... •Understanding Sexual Harassment a Little Better •The Irony of Being Moral •Who Knew that Crime Wore a Shirt, Let Alone ...


Multiracial Identity, Monoracial Authenticity & Racial Privacy: Towards An Adequate Theory Of Mulitracial Resistance, Maurice R. Dyson Jan 2004

Multiracial Identity, Monoracial Authenticity & Racial Privacy: Towards An Adequate Theory Of Mulitracial Resistance, Maurice R. Dyson

Michigan Journal of Race and Law

This Article is divided into five parts. Part I briefly places the significance of the Supreme Court's affirmative action ruling in Grutter v. Bollinger in context, particularly the implications of its recommended twenty-five year timeframe in recognizing racial diversity. Part II examines the dangerous consequences of implicit assumptions underlying the RPI. More specifically, I investigate the potential ramifications the RPI would have had upon multiple sectors of our society, including healthcare, education, and law enforcement. In the process, I attempt to demonstrate that the concept of racial privacy is a strategic misnomer intended not to protect one's privacy ...


Vol. 54, No. 4, October 14, 2003, University Of Michigan Law School Oct 2003

Vol. 54, No. 4, October 14, 2003, University Of Michigan Law School

Res Gestae

•Downloaders Beware! Record Industry Lawsuits are Indeed 2 Legit 2 Quit •Burning the Midnight Oil with the Insomniac-In-Chief •Letter to the Editor: Taking the MPRE- It's a Mystery to Us •Alcohol Policy Abused: Training Sessions Needs Redirection •ACLU Celebrates Banned Books •The Empire Strokes Back •Fifty Ways to Leave Your Laptop