The Immigration and Human Rights Law Review (IHRLR) at the University of Cincinnati is a student run publication committed towards the development of legal knowledge in the fields of immigration law and human rights. The IHRLR, published twice a year, seeks to explore and analyze international and domestic events, and polices as they shape the future of immigration law and human rights. Each issue features original student articles and recent developments in immigration and human rights.
See the Aims and Scope for a complete coverage of the journal.
Current Issue: Volume 1, Issue 2
Immigration & Human Rights Law Review
The 2018-2019 Editorial Board would like to thank everyone that helped make the Immigration and Human Rights Law Review a reality at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. We look forward to reading the contributions our current and future members will provide to legal academia and are confident the excellent resources available at the University of Cincinnati will assist this publication in being recognized as a leading commentary in the field of immigration and human rights law.
Our students have put in a great amount of work, dedication, and commitment to ensure that the content of this issue exceeds expectations both within and outside the law school.
Special thanks go to the Faculty Adviser, Professor Yolanda Vazquez, who has been instrumental in starting this independent scholarship at the University of Cincinnati College of Law.
Further appreciation goes to the Executive Board for the commitment they have shown to this project:
- Krishna Mahadevan
- Sierra Causey
- Jeff Geiman
- Transition Officer/Webmaster
- Ayesha Haq