Via Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program

This past April, Phil Torrey, HIRC Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law,  traveled to Ohio to speak to the Immigration and Nationality Law Review at Cincinnati Law. In his presentation, Phil discussed how the Immigration and Nationality Act’s definition of conviction seemingly violates the core principles of federalism upon which our nation is built. You can find the speech below:

An article outlining the topics discussed will be published sometime this summer.

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Tags: Harvard Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program, Phil Torrey

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