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- DescriptionIn light of imminent national immigration reform, Editors Deborah Robinson and Mona Parsa asked 25 of the TOP LEGAL MINDS in the Country this question: If you were called upon by the President of the United States to recommend a piece of immigration legislation that could pass the legal test of the U.S. Constitution and both houses of Congress, what would it include? This book is their answer. Legal Briefs on IMMIGRATION REFORM from 25 of the TOP LEGAL MINDS in the Country is a comprehensive and extensive compilation of brief legal opinions, observations and analyses on the issue of immigration reform from 25 of the TOP LEGAL MINDS in the Country. It is a must-read resource for attorneys, elected officials, legislators, policy makers, educators, students, citizens, immigrants and anyone interested in the future of America. 25 Legal Mind Contributors: Jason A. Dzubow, Esq. Gary E. Endelman, Esq., Ph.D. Michael Fix, Esq., Austin T. Fragomen, Esq. Chris E. Gafner, Esq. Regina Germain, Esq. Bill Ong Hing, Esq. Mark Krikorian Ira J. Kurzban, Esq. Heather Mac Donald, Esq. Daniel J. McNeil, Esq. Cyrus D. Mehta, Esq. Victoria F. Neilson, Esq. Nancy A. Noonan, Esq. Julie A. Pace, Esq. Renee M. Saucedo, Esq. David A. Selden, Esq. Patrick Shen, Esq. Gregory Siskind, Esq. Rita Sostrin, Esq. Nicomedes E. Suriel, Esq. Carol M. Swain, Ph.D., M.L.S. Jennifer Van Hook, Ph.D. Michael Wildes, Esq. Stephen Yale-Loehr, Esq.
- Author BiographyDeborah Robinson is an award-winning journalist, author, producer, documentary filmmaker and television personality. She is the host of The Deborah Interviews Show and Deborah Interviews on The Immigration Law Channel, executive producer of the documentary film Reasonable Suspicion and author/editor/publisher of four additional books: Journey to Purpose: 31 Days of Faith Declarations, Daisy Bates: In Her Own Words, Lady Silverstone's Darkest Hour and Conspired Redemption. Deborah spent her broadcast career in Little Rock covering local news, public affairs and politics. She is a former contributor to Fresh Outlook Magazine and a former correspondent for Black Entertainment Television (BET) News. Deborah has won several awards for her news and public affairs coverage, including the cable industry's prestigious Crystal Award, a regional award from VH-1 and a national award from the Arts & Entertainment Channel. Deborah's life passion is to reveal and communicate truth through her work in the media. Mona Parsa, Esq. is owner of the Law Office of Mona Parsa, where she primarily practices immigration law. She previously conducted religious freedom and human rights research with the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) in Washington, D.C. and was In-house Counsel of a major employee union for law enforcement personnel of the State of California. With a passion for justice, Mona has held the position of Government Relations and Advocacy Chair for the United Nations Association-Orange County, and has authored scholarly articles on national and international policy. She is a producer of the documentary film Reasonable Suspicion, a member of the United Nations Association-USA's Speakers Bureau, and is listed in the Global Expert Finder database of the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations.
- Author(s)Deborah Robinson,Mona Parsa Esq
- Date of Publication22/03/2011
- FormatPaperback / softback
- SubjectLaw: General & Reference
- Country of PublicationUnited States
- Content Noteblack & white illustrations
- Weight776 g
- Width190 mm
- Height235 mm
- Spine23 mm
- Format DetailsTrade paperback (US),Unsewn / adhesive bound
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