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Arizona v. United States: Enforcing Immigration Laws - Podcast

Civil Rights Practice Group Podcast

July 18, 2012

John C. Eastman, Margaret D. Stock, Dean A. Reuter

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Running Time: 00:59:21

Arizona v. United States: Enforcing Immigration LawsThe U.S. Supreme Court recently handed down its decision in the highly anticipated immigration case, Arizona v. U.S. The Court’s decision was split, striking down some sections of Arizona’s law, but upholding others. On this previously recorded conference call, our experts provide information on the future of immigration law enforcement and the division of authority between the Federal and state governments.


  • Dr. John C. Eastman, Chapman University School of Law
  • Prof. Margaret D. Stock, Lane Powell PC
  • Moderator: Mr. Dean Reuter, Vice President & Director of Practice Groups, The Federalist Society

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