Lucas Guttentag heads the American Civil Liberties Union’s Immigrants’ Rights Project and teaches at Yale Law School. He has argued important constitutional cases involving immigrants before the Supreme Court and various United States courts of appeals. He is in the forefront of the fight against laws like Arizona’s SB 1070 and anti-immigrant laws in states like Georgia and Alabama.
Guttentag’s one-hour talk this evening will be on “Immigrants’ Rights and Constitutional Principles: Today’s Challenges.”
Here is more information on his presentation:
Lucas Guttentag, Robina Foundation Distinguished Senior Fellow in Residence and Lecturer in Law, Yale Law School
Date: Monday, September 26, 5pm
Location: Hofstra Law School, Room 206
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