SESSION 1 — 51 mins, credit 0.75 | 0.25 ethics
Everywhere is a "Border:" The Legal Framework at Checkpoints and Ports-of-Entry (Nov 2018)
A unique jurisprudence has developed regarding our borders that is not limited by geography. Discuss the powers that Congress has sought to grant the federal government at the border, within a "reasonable distance" from the border, and at designated ports of entry. Also, examine the constitutional limitations on federal power in these areas, as well as any individual remedies that may exist.
Originally presented at: Oct 2018 Conference on Immigration and Nationality Law