AILA member Christine Popp shares more about her recent article in the AILA Law Journal on climate refugees, explaining how she became interested in the intersection of immigration/ asylum law and climate change realities and what she hopes her article offers for practitioners.
AILA Member Eva Loney writes about the importance of adjectives in immigration law, specifically what “exceptional” and “extremely unusual” mean when considered in a removal case, highlighting why her article on the topic in the Spring AILA Law Journal was important to share.
AILA member Scott Emerick details litigation recently filed to ensure Iranian nationals forced to serve in the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps aren’t harmed by the U.S. government’s decision to retroactively name it a terrorist organization.
In this blog post, AILA Media Advocacy Committee Vice Chair Evangeline Chan shares her personal experience and provides insights into ways we can stand together against anti-AANHPI hate, writing “By standing together, we can root out racial injustice and create a truly inclusive society.”
AILA Media Advocacy Committee Chair Fiona McEntee shares what a “want ad” for a fierce immigration law advocate in the Biden administration might look like, modeled after the song in Mary Poppins listing the specific qualities being sought for an extremely important position.
In this blog post, AILA Law Journal authors Ben Levey and Rachel Zoghlin of HIAS share how they came to write about the reasons why asylees aren’t accessing benefits they are eligible for, and policy recommendations to effect change and help clients.