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Beyond the Supreme Court: A Modest Plea to Improve Our Asylum System

By Andrew I. Schoenholtz


Moderating a session at the Workshop on the Supreme Court and Immigration and Refugee Law at the Georgetown University Law Center, Peter Spiro asked just how important the Supreme Court really is to refugee and immigration law. Unfortunately, the Supreme Court has actively interpreted the Refugee Convention and Protocol, and its decisions have had an adverse affect on important protection issues. James Hathaway knows this well. Yet his article focuses on the two Supreme Court decisions that most practitioners and scholars agree have not translated into serious protection problems in the United States or abroad

Topics: Immigration Law, Supreme Court of the United States
Publisher: Scholarship @ GEORGETOWN LAW
Year: 2000
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