Professor of Law
Associate Dean for Faculty Scholarship
B.A., Arizona State University
J.D., Harvard Law School
GLOBAL ISSUES IN IMMIGRATION LAW (WEST ACADEMIC PUBLISHING 2013) (WITH BETH LYON, WON KIDANE, AND KARLA MCKANDERS).
UNDERSTANDING IMMIGRATION LAW (Lexis-Nexis 2009) (WITH KEVIN JOHNSON, BILL ONG HING, ENID TRUCIO-HAYNES AND LETICIA SAUCEDO).
EVERYDAY LAW FOR LATINOS (Paradigm Publisher2008) (WITH STEVE BENDER AND GILBERT CARRASCO).
VULNERABLE POPULATIONS AND TRANSFORMATIVE LAW TEACHING: A CRITICAL READER (CAROLINA PRESS 2011) (WITH SALT AND GOLDEN GATE).
Chapters in Books
Immigration Federalism and Rights in Immigration Regulation in FEDERAL STATES: CHALLENGES AND RESPONSES IN COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES (EDITED COLLECTION OF ESSAYS) (SASHA BAGLAY AND DELPHINE NACKACHE, EDS.) (SPRINGER 2013).
A Reflection of Transitional Justice in Guatemala 15 years after the Peace Agreements in VICTIMS OF INTERNATIONAL CRIMES: AN INTERDISCIPLINARY DISCOURSE (CHRISTOPH SAFFERLING & THORSTEN BONACKER, EDS.) (TMC ASSER PRESS 2013).
Learning in Mulukuku: A Journey of Transformation (with Leticia Saucedo) in VULNERABLE POPULATIONS AND TRANSFORMATIVE LAW TEACHING: A CRITICAL READER (CAROLINA PRESS 2011).
The International Rights of Migrants in HANDBOOK ON HUMAN RIGHTS (THOMAS CUSHMAN, ED.) (ROUTLEDGE BOOKS 2011).
Making Civil Liberties Matter in LOCAL IMMIGRATION ENFORCEMENT (THE POLICE FOUNDATION 2009).
Raising the Bar: Law Schools and Legal Institutions Leading to Educate Undocumented Law Students (with Beth Lyon and Karla McKanders) 44 ARIZ. ST. L. J. 5 (2012).
Transforming Students, Transforming Selves: Teaching Social Justice in Context, 24 THE PACIFIC MCGEORGE GLOBAL BUSINESS & DEVELOPMENT L. J. 53 (2011).
Silent Victims No More?: Moral Indignation and the Potential for Latino Political Mobilization in Defense of Immigrants, 45 HOUS. L. REV. 73 (2008).
Of Katz and "Aliens": Privacy Expectations and the Immigration Raids, 41 U.C. DAVIS L. REV. 1081 (2008).
The Illusion of Transformative Conflict Resolution: Mediation Domestic Violence Cases in Nicaragua (with Leticia Saucedo) 55 BUFF. L. REV. 1261(2008).
Courses: Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Comparative Latin American Law, Immigration & Naturalization Law, International Labor Law, Legislation & Regulation, Transitional Justice in the Americas