February 03, 2017
Tulane University Law School and the International Law Society are hosting a Feb. 8 panel discussion on the impact and implications of the Jan. 27 executive order temporarily barring U.S. entry to citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries.
“Implications of Executive Action on Immigration” is scheduled for 4:30-5:30 p.m. in the Wendell H. Gauthier Appellate Moot Court Room 110 of Weinmann Hall, 6329 Freret St. in New Orleans.
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The panel features scholars on immigration, constitutional and international law.
— Moderator: Professor Laila Hlass, a leading expert on immigration and refugee law, joined Tulane Law in 2017 after directing Boston University School of Law’s Immigrants’ Rights Clinic.
— Adjunct Professor Kathleen Gasparian teaches Tulane’s immigration law course and represents individuals through her boutique immigration law firm in New Orleans.
— Kali Jones (JD/MSPH ’96) is U.S. State Department Diplomat in Residence at Tulane University and is deeply familiar with the visa process through her 15 years in the Foreign Service.
— Professor Stephen M. Griffin is an authority on constitutional law and presidential powers.
— Professor Adeno Addis specializes in international human rights and international relations.