This Friday, February 5, the Journal of Juvenile Law and Policy and the Journal of International Law and Policy at the University of California, Davis, School of Law (Martin Luther King, Jr. Hall) will cohost "Uprooted: The International Migration of Children," a conference exploring the effects of immigration on youth and transnationalism among families. The symposium aims to examine both national and international convoluted legal webs affecting the transnational family. Cosponsoring the event is the California International Law Center at King Hall, for which yours truly serves as director.
Session topics include "The International Context that Pushes Migration," "Global Paths to the United States: The Migration Process," "Status in the United States."
The all-day event is free; details here.