Denver University Law Review Annual Symposium
On February 6 & 7, 2015, the Denver University Law Review will host its annual symposium, “CrImmigration: Crossing the Border Between Criminal Law and Immigration Law.”
The emerging field of crimmigration law explores the convergence of criminal law and immigration law. Once two distinct areas of law, the fields have become increasingly intertwined as a result of recent political, social, and legal developments. This transformation has created a dramatic shift in the interplay between courts and law enforcement with escalating consequences for immigrants.
The 2015 Symposium, “CrImmigration: Crossing the Border Between Criminal Law and Immigration Law,” will examine the current issues found at the intersection of these two areas of practice. Panels will address: enforcement; detainers; adjudication; state criminal processes; family detention in Artesia; and reform.
By providing a framework for the legal challenges the noncitizen faces, the Symposium will offer the opportunity for scholars and practitioners to advance our understanding of contemporary American crimmigration.
We would like to thank our sponsors for their generous support:
For information on becoming a sponsor, please contact Lauren Parsons at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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