Category Archives: Immigration Law

Forced Migration Review

Call for Articles: Forced Migration Review — Displacement in the Middle East

Forced Migration Review invites the submission of articles on the subject of “Displacement in the Middle East” for an issue to be published in February 2018. The Middle East currently…

Georgetown Law

Immigration Law & Policy – Washington, DC

Georgetown Law, the Migration Policy Institute,  and Catholic Legal Immigration Network, Inc., present the 14th Annual Immigration Law & Policy Conference Sept. 25, 2017, at Georgetown Law.

Global Citizenship Governance (GCG)

Global Citizenship Law Project – Research Associates, Research Fellow – Florence, Italy, and Berlin, Germany

The Global Citizenship Law Project, funded by an ERC starting Grant and co-hosted by the European University Institute (Florence) and the WZB Berlin Social Science Center (Berlin) has three vacancies:…

Ohio Northern Univerity Pettit College of Law

Defining Law in a Time of Terror – Ada, OH

The Ohio Northern University Law Review held a symposium, Defining Law in a Time of Terror, March 24, 2017.

Forced Migration Review

Forced Migration Review CFP: Latin America & Caribbean

Forced Migration Review invites submissions for its issue on Latin America and the Caribbean, due out in October 2017. The submission deadline is June 5, 2017.

Warwick Law School

Call for Proposals: Critical Legal Conference – Catastrophe – Coventry, UK

The Warwick Law School hosts the 2017 Critical Legal Conference at the University of Warwick September 1-3, 2017. Organizers first invite panel and stream proposals to clcwarwick[@]gmail.com. Proposals should address some aspect…

Duke Law

Dividing Lines: Borders, Race, Religion in America – Durham, NC

The Duke Forum for Law and Social Change presents Dividing Lines: Borders, Race, and Religion in America Feb. 10, 2017.

Boston College Law

State/Federal Tensions in Immigration Enforcement – Boston, MA

Boston College Law‘s Rappaport Center for Law and Public Policy presents State/Federal Tensions in Immigration Enforcement: Looking Back and Looking Forward April 4, 2017.

WZB (Berlin Social Science Center)

Ph.D. Candidate Researchers – Global Migration, Citizenship in EU – Berlin, Germany

The WZB Berlin Social Science Center‘s new interdisciplinary research group, Global Citizenship Law: International Migration and Constitutional Identity, invites applications for two positions of a “Researcher (Ph.D. Candidate)” to join…

Vulnerability and the Human Condition, Emory University

Legal Migrations, Vulnerability, and Resilience – Atlanta, GA

The Vulnerability and the Human Condition Initiative at Emory Law School is hosting its Workshop on Legal Migrations, Vulnerability and Resiliance at Emory Law School in Atlanta, GA on Dec. 9-10, 2017. You may…