Throughout March and April, the Sheller Center for Social Justice at Temple Law held a series of lectures and panel discussions on the legal issues dominating the national press. Each discussion was led by at least one Temple Law faculty member with expertise in the field and included a resource guide compiled by Temple librarians for further research.
The series included four events: Border Security and Internal Enforcement on March 28, Crime and Policing on April 3, Travel and Refugee Bans on April 10, and Climate Change and Federal Policy on April 18. The Institute’s Professor Jaya Ramji-Nogales and Professor Peter Spiro led the panel discussion on Border Security and Internal Enforcement, and the subsequent panel on Travel and Refugee Bans.
Check out the entire series at the following link: