Tag Archives: criminal law

Presenting “Communication in Cyberspace” to the Colorado Women’s Bar Association

Really enjoyed speaking at the Colorado Women’s Bar Association Annual Convention with my former student Joanne Morando, now a prosecutor for Mesa County! We presented the research discussed in our co-written article on cyberharassment, “Communication in Cyberspace,” published in the North Carolina Law Review.

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The RightsCast, Episode 10, Part 1: Professor César García Hernández, “Naturalizing Immigration Imprisonment”

Episode 10 of The RightsCast features César García Hernández, one of my most distinguished colleagues at the University of Denver School of Law and an expert on the growing intersection of criminal and immigration law. In the episode, his discusses his article “Naturalizing Immigration Imprisonment,” which is forthcoming in the California Law Review. César is the author of many highly regarded articles about the intersection of criminal and immigration law, and also runs the crImmigration.com blog, an award-winning blog about the intersection of criminal law and immigration law that is widely read among both professors and practitioners. To keep up with recent developments, you can find César on Twitter under the handle @crimmigration.

Immigration-related imprisonment has become an increasingly prominent feature of both criminal and civil immigration law enforcement and understanding why this is and the consequences for the justice system and for migrants is a critical step in immigration reform. Because of the importance of the topic and César’s incredible expertise in this area, I quickly realized that the topic required discussion in two segments rather than one, so the first part of César’s interview is available below, and I will release the second part next week as Episode 10, Part 2.

Denver Law Review Symposium: CrImmigration

I’m spending most of today and tomorrow (2/6 and 2/7) at the Denver Law Review annual symposium. This year’s topic is the timely one of “crImmigration,” or the intersection between criminal and immigration law. The official announcement is available here, and my colleague Cesar Garcia Hernandez also has a nice write up here. You can follow the symposium in real time on Twitter under the hashtag #DULRcrimmigration, or check out the livestream.