Continuing our weekly series on lesser-known areas of the law, I’ll be dedicating this post to immigration law. I’ve been peripherally familiar with immigration law for quite some time. When I was in high school, I participated in team policy debate (yes, I was a nerd even back then). Not to brag or anything, but I’m a national champion (in a homeschool debate league, see above regarding nerdiness), and the topic during my winning year was reforming our immigration policy.
A. UPenn wants its students to be Space Camp counselors because that’s, like, relevant. Above the Law
B. Mississippi College School of Law freezes tuition. Yay! preLaw
C. Firefighter gets successful face transplant. Mic.com
D. Here’s some cute animals purportedly approximating human reactions to human events. Buzzfeed
E. The Supreme Court is hearing its first abortion case in 9 years. Mother Jones