The Penn State Law Immigration Law Blog is a student-edited, student-run, interdisciplinary blog operated by the Immigration Law Society at Penn State Law.
The Blog includes scholarly articles and student commentary focusing on current issues and developments in immigration law, including scholarly discourses, opinion pieces, and analyses of current affairs in every field within immigration, as well as guest submissions by immigration lawyers and professionals.
The Blog promotes academic and public discourse in immigration law covering a range of topics including but not limited to: public policy analyses, gender and immigration, family rights, refugee policy, diasporic populations, bilateral immigration issues, asylum, climate refugees, and more. We promise to publish a diverse range of articles on current immigration law issues and developments.
Climate Change and the Future of Immigration, Rebekah Johnson
Protecting the Human Rights of Venezuelan Migrants and Refugees in the United States, Luis David Escorcia Pimienta
Long-Term Immigration and the Path to Citizenship, Ángela Sánchez-Gago
Female Genital Mutilation and the Question of Future Persecution when Seeking Asylum in the United States, Dinithi Sathya Bulathwela