Professor Mark Noferi Discusses Protection for Detained Immigrants in New Jersey Star-Ledger Op-Ed
In an op-ed for the New Jersey Star-Ledger, BLS Professor Mark Noferi and Robert Koulish from the University of Maryland discussed changes that must be made in immigration detention laws.
Professor Mark Noferi Discusses Immigrant Detention Reform in Baltimore Sun Op-Ed
In an op-ed for the Baltimore Sun, BLS Professor Mark Noferi and Professor Robert Koulish from the University of Maryland discuss recent efforts to reform U.S. immigration detention policies.
Professor Mark Noferi Supervises Recent Safe Harbor Victories
In fall 2011, Professor Mark Noferi, an instructor of legal writing whose teaching and scholarship interests are in the immigration field supervised a case and in Spring 2012 BLS and Safe Harbor Project alum, Lauren Kosseff ’06, supervised two teams of students.
Professor Mark Noferi on Rutgers Webcam Case and Immigration in New Jersey Law Journal Op-Ed
Professor Mark Noferi discussed the Rutgers webcam case in relation to immigration detention in a recent op-ed for the New Jersey Law Journal
. The widely publicized case sentenced Dharun Ravi, an Indian immigrant, with 30 days in jail for bias intimidation that lead to the suicide of his gay roommate at Rutgers University.
Professor Mark Noferi Discusses Turner v. Rogers in New York Law Journal Op-Ed
In an op-ed for The New York Law Journal
, Professor Mark Noferi discusses how the recent Supreme Court decision for Turner v. Rogers
may affect detained immigrants. Turner
determined that imprisoned "deadbeat dads" were not entitled to court-appointed counsel in child support cases due to a potential "asymmetry of representation." Profesor Noferi states that the reasoning behind the decision could be flipped to require providing detained immigrants counsel, which is currently not the policy.