Current Issues in Immigration Law
More than 90 people attended the Levin Center at Wayne Law's Nov. 10 symposium in Detroit, "Current Issues in Immigration Law: Detention, 'Sanctuary Cities,' and the 'Travel Ban.'"
The event brought together top scholars and leaders from across the country to discuss the following topics:
- Immigration Detention in the United States
- Sanctuary Cities: Immigration Law Meets Federalism
- Iraqi Deportations in Detroit: Community Perspectives and Responses
- The President, the Courts and the "Travel Ban"
Eighteen experts participated in the event, hailing from institutions including Georgetown University Law Center, University of Michigan Law School and University of Denver Sturm College of Law. Moderating the discussions (respectively) were Associate Professor Rachel Settlage, Professor Paul Dubinsky, Assistant Professor (Clinical) Sabrina Balgamwalla, and Professor Jonathan T. Weinberg, all members of the Wayne Law faculty.
Providing opening remarks were conference moderator Professor Robert M. Ackerman, director of the Levin Center at Wayne Law; Dean Richard A. Bierschbach; and former U.S. Sen. Carl Levin, chair of the Levin Center at Wayne Law.
- Opening remarks and Panel 1, Immigration Detention in the United States
- Panel 2, Sanctuary Cities: Immigration Law Meets Federalism
- Panel 3, Iraqi Deportations in Detroit: Community Perspectives and Responses
- Panel 4, The President, the Courts and the Travel Ban
This conference was made possible through the generous support of the Manoogian Simone Foundation and the Alex and Marie Manoogian Foundation.