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Abolishing Immigration Prisons, 97 Boston University Law Review, 245 (2017).
Immigration Imprisonment’s Failures, 36 Immigration and Nationality Law Review 47 (2016).
CrImmigration Law (American Bar Association 2015).
Naturalizing Immigration Imprisonment, 103 California Law Review 1449 (2015).
Immigration Law by Proxy: The Case of Colorado’s Human Smuggling Crime, 92 Denver University Law Review Online 41 (2015).
The Life of Crimmigration Law, Denver University Law Review, Vol. 92, No. 4 (2015).
Immigration Detention As Punishment, 61 UCLA Law Review 1346 (2014).
Invisible Spaces and Invisible Lives In Immigration Detention, 57 Howard Law Journal 869 (2014).
Creating CrImmigration, 2013 Brigham Young University Law Review 1457.
Book Review: Social Control and Justice: Crimmigration in the Age of Fear, 60 Crime, Law, and Social Change 457 (2013).
Strickland-Lite: Padilla's Two-Tiered Duty for Noncitizens, 72 Maryland Law Review 844 (2013).
The Perverse Logic of Immigration Detention: Unraveling the Rationality of Imprisoning Immigrants Based on Markers of Race and Class Otherness, 1 Columbia Journal of Race and Law 353 (2012).
Criminal Defense After Padilla v. Kentucky, 26 Georgetown Immigration Law Journal 475 (2012).
Immigrant Outsider, Alien Invader: Immigration Policing Today, 48 California Western Law Review 231 (2012).
Padilla v. Kentucky's Inapplicability to Undocumented and Non-Immigrant Visitors, 39 Rutgers Law Record 47 (2012).
Due Process and Immigrant Detainee Prison Transfers: Moving LPRs to Isolated Prisons Violates Their Right to Counsel, 21 Berkeley La Raza Law Journal 17 (2011).
When State Courts Meet Padilla: A Concerted Effort is Needed to Bring State Courts Up to Speed on Crime-Based Immigration Law Provisions, 12 Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law 299 (2011).
La Migra in the Mirror: Immigration Enforcement and Racial Profiling on the Texas Border, 23 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, and Public Policy 167 (2009).
Of Inferior Stock, The Two-Pronged Repression of Radical Immigrant Birth Control Advocates at the Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century, 20 St. Thomas Law Review 513 (2008).