UC Davis Law Review, Issue 52:1 (November 2018)

Symposium — Immigration Law & Resistance: Ensuring a Nation of Immigrants

Citizenship Matters: Conceptualizing Belonging in an Era of Fragile Inclusions
Jennifer M. Chacón

Precious Cargo
Grace Chang

The Economics of Immigration Reform
Howard F. Chang

Chevron and Citizenship
Gabriel J. Chin, Nicholas Starkman & Steven Vong

Inclusive Immigrant Justice: Racial Animus and the Origins of Crime-Based Deportation
Alina Das

Deconstructing Crimmigration
César Cuauhtémoc García Hernández

Do Apprehensions of Undocumented Immigrants Reduce Crime and Create Jobs? Evidence from U.S. Districts, 2000-2015
Annie Laurie Hines & Giovanni Peri

Beyond DACA — Defying Employer Sanctions Through Civil Disobedience
Bill Ong Hing

Lessons About the Future of Immigration Law from the Rise and Fall of DACA
Kevin R. Johnson

What We Talk About When We Talk About Sanctuary Cities
Michael Kagan

Big Immigration Law
Stephen Manning & Juliet Stumpf

Arguing About Sanctuary
Hiroshi Motomura

States of Desire: How Immigration Law Allows States to Attract Desired Immigrants
Leticia M. Saucedo

Reconsidering Money Bail in Immigration Detention
Jayashri Srikantiah

The New Sanctuary and Anti-Sanctuary Movements
Rose Cuison Villazor & Pratheepan Gulasekaram

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1 Response

  1. Brett Bellmore says:

    So, this is one of those law reviews you see occasionally, where only one perspective is welcome?

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