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Professor Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia will discuss executive power in immigration law as part of a panel in Washington, D.C. Her talk will focus on separation of powers concerns and procedural obligations under administrative law.
Professor Shoba Wadhia and students
The Center for Immigrants’ Rights at Penn State Law and Boston University School of Law’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic announce the publication of the "Refugee and Asylee Adjustment Toolkit.” The Guide offers step-by-step instructions, relevant case law and practice tips for practitioners representing refugees and asylees in pursuit of adjustment of status.
Professor Shoba Wadhia and students
Clinic students and the Pennsylvania Immigrant Resource Center (PIRC) teamed up to make a practice guide for attorneys representing noncitizens in withholding-only proceedings.
Tbilisi Georgia
International arbitration expert Catherine Rogers promotes international ethics and arbitration.
Penn State Law and Smeal Professors collaborate on book examining the key aspects of business sustainability.