Immigration Stories brings together highly readable accounts, written by distinguished legal scholars, ofcanonical cases that illustrate how immigration law is actually made The authors illuminate the law s development by emphasizing the choices made and foregone before and during each of the litigations, including choices by immigrants and advocacy groups, private and government lawyers, Congress, the executive branch, and judges These accounts are concerned less with legal doctrine than with the human dramas and tactical decisions that surround and give shape to that doctrine Designed to bring the law to vivid life, this book is highly recommended as a supplement to the traditional immigration law casebook

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