The Biden Pivot

Alexander Fried LAW ’22 | Member of the Class of 2022 and Law and Public Policy Scholar | Student Commentary Published on April 14, 2021 in Voices @ Temple Law | On April 8, 2021, The Institute for International Law and Public Policy presented “The Biden Pivot,” a panel of experts …

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The Making of a Crisis: Disaster Capitalism, Climate Change and Colonialism in Puerto Rico

Thursday, October 29 | Noon | Zoom: Natasha’s work focuses on the economic exploitation anddiscrimination against low-wage Latina/o immigrant workers, aswell as legal support in the face of the economic andhumanitarian crisis in Puerto Rico. She works on both domesticlitigation and international advocacy before human rightsmechanisms concerning issues including: …

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Book Roundtable with Prof. Darryl Robinson

On Friday, February 21, 2020, Temple Law’s Institute for International Law and Public Policy held an all-day roundtable discussion of a forthcoming book manuscript by Professor Darryl Robinson of Queen’s University Faculty of Law entitled “Exploring Justice in Extreme Cases: Criminal Law Theory Meets International Criminal Law.” Twelve experts in international …

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Revealing Disparities: Empirical Studies of the Asylum Process

On April 1, 2015, Professor Jaya Ramji-Nogales, Co-Director of the Institute for International Law and Public Policy and Professor of Law, presented the 2015 Friel-Scanlan Lecture, “Revealing Disparities: Empirical Studies of the Asylum Process.”

Associated Press: Spiro on Arizona’s Immigration Policies

Arizona’s authority to confront its illegal immigration woes was again reined in Wednesday when a federal appeals court threw out a 2006 voter-approved law denying bail to people in the country illegally who are charged with certain crimes…The courts have slowly dismantled laws that sought to draw local police into …

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Ramji-Nogales Publishes Asylum Adjudication Study

Although Americans generally think that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security is focused only on preventing terrorism, one office within that agency has a humanitarian mission. Its Asylum Office adjudicates applications from people fleeing persecution in their homelands. Lives in the Balance is a careful empirical analysis of how Homeland …

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