Immigration and Nationality Law Review Seeks Submissions

Here is a message from the Immigration and Nationality Law Review regarding a Call for Papers:

The Immigration and Nationality Law Review (INLR) is an internationally recognized legal journal and one of only two law reviews in the United States devoted exclusively to the study of immigration law. The INLR is primarily a reprint journal, serving as an anthology of the most seminal law review articles on immigration and nationality. The INLR was created in 1976 and moved from Western New England University School of Law to the University of Cincinnati College of Law in 1999. Since its move to Cincinnati, INLR has expanded substantially to include student notes, comments, and book reviews. The INLR also hosts an annual Spring Speaker Event.

This year we are continuing to expand by publishing our first ever Feature Article, the author of which will be invited to speak at our Spring Speaker Event this coming April. The Speaker Event date is not set, but we would like to hold it during the first two weeks in April, ideally Wednesday April 11, 2012.

We are currently soliciting entries for the Feature Article. Only ONE will be chosen. Papers on any immigration or nationality related topic are welcome. The Feature Article will be selected for its quality, relevance, and practical import. Please email papers and questions to Yosef Schiff, Editor-in-Chief, at yschiff@gmail.com by Monday January 28, 2013. Submission is also accepted electronically on ExpressO at law.bepress.com/expresso.

Yosef Schiff
Editor-in-Chief, Immigration and Nationality Law Review

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