New U.S. immigration policies draw criticism from a lawyers at the forefront of the fray during “Deportation, Due Process, and the New Frontier of U.S. Immigration Policy,” on Aug. 11 at the ABA Annual Meeting in New York City. The discussion raises questions about how recent reforms can be reconciled with time-honored, due process protections and the U.S. image as a beacon of hope for those persecuted abroad.
- James R. Silkenat
ABA President, 2013-2014
- T. Alexander Aleinikoff
Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility
- Jojo Annobil
Immigrant Justice Corps
- Bree Bernwanger
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights
- Muzaffar Chishti
Migration Policy Institute at NYU Law
- Maribel Hernández Rivera,
New York City Mayor’s Office of Immigrant Affairs
- Alex Manuel
U.S. Department of Housing & Urban Development
The program was sponsored by the ABA Judicial Division National Conference of the Administrative Law Judiciary and the ABA Commission on Immigration.