This 3-credit course will provide an overview of immigration law and policy. It will examine the legal, social, historical, and political factors that constructed immigration law and policy in the U.S. In examining these various factors, the course will analyze several inherent conflicts that arise in immigration law, including, among other things, the tension between the right of a sovereign nation to determine whom to admit to the nation state and the constitutional and human rights of noncitizens to gain admission or stay in the U.S., issues that arise between noncitizens and citizens of the U.S. with regard to employment, security, and civil rights and the tension between the federal and state governments in regulating immigration law.
|Course Number||Course Credits||Evaluation Method||Instructor||Meeting Day/Times||Room|
|Eisha Jain|| |
MW 2-3:25 pm
|Sakai site: https://sakai.duke.edu/portal/site/LAW.351.01.Sp20|
|Email list: LAW.351.01.Sp20@sakai.duke.edu|
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