For Lawyers

Here is a list of useful legal resources for immigration lawyers and those interested in immigration law and immigration reform.  

Law Blogs

The Asylumist.  This blog focuses on the process of requesting asylum and the underlying policy and political issues involved in asylum law.

A blog written by law professors that specialize in immigration law:

A blog written by an immigration attorney.  It focuses on policy, the law, and political commentary:

A blog written by immigration attorneys.  It focuses on case law, legislation, and policy; but also includes ‘how-to’ entries and other practical material:

This blog analyzes case law, policy, and current events surrounding immigration:

A compendium of blogs that written by attorneys:

A blog written by a law professor who teaches a course which examines the intersection of criminal law and immigration law:

An interdisciplinary blog with a feminist perspective to immigration issues:

A blog written by Miami immigration attorneys. This blog focuses on policy and current events, and also includes analysis of case law and legislative enactments:

A blog written by an immigration attorney.  A more ‘how-to’ approach than the other blogs:

Legal Resources

Ninth Circuit Immigration Outline

Georgetown Immigration Law Guide

Immigration Law Resources, University of Washington

Immigration Law Resources, UC Hastings

American Immigration Lawyers Association

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