1st Edition

Immigration and the Constitution

    1120 Pages
    by Routledge

    Following an original essay, key primary and secondary materials are reprinted. The volume contains major cases as well as important briefs; secondary articles include classics which helped define the field, as well as up to date discussions of issues, from both legal and non-legal sources. 1. The Origins of Constitutional Immigration Law (0-8153-40591) 2. Discrimination and Equality in Contemporary Immigration Law (0-8153-40605) 3. Shark Infested Waters: Procedural Due Process in Constitutional Immigration Law (0-8153-40613)


    Gabriel J. Chin, University of Cincinnati College of Law. Victor C. Romero, Pennsylvania State University, Dickinson School of Law. Michael A. Scaperlanda, University of Oklahoma College of Law.