Summer IV 2012
5389 Immigration Law - HOFFMANG- 19135
added 3-6-12; room change 7-9-12

Professor(s): Geoffrey Hoffman (CLINICAL FACULTY [405(b)])

Credits: 3

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Time: 6:00p-8:40p  MTWLocation: 119  TU2

Course Outline: Immigration Law (3 Credits) Prof. Geoffrey Hoffman - This course examines the key issues, policies, and regulations governing the entrance of persons into the United States, including status, classification, preferences, asylum, and judicial review. We will also cover deportation and removal, as well as the grounds of inadmissibility, waivers, appeals and the relationship between immigration law and the federal courts.

Recommended: Administrative Law.

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First Day Assignments: DAY ONE:

TOPIC: Introduction and Sources of Federal Immigration Power

Reading : For the first class, pp. 1-11; and Chapter 2A

NOTE: During the first week we will read to the end of Chapter 2.

Final Exam Schedule: 08/09 6-9pm  111 TU2    

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Satisfies Skills Course Requirement: No
Satisfies Senior Upper Level Writing Requirement: No