About This Journal
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.
Immigration and human rights law permeates through many substantive areas of law, including administrative law, constitutional law, criminal law, international law, and labor law. Recent world events and the increasing interconnectedness of the global community highlight the importance of immigration law and human rights.
Each year students are invited to join the IHRLR as associate members based upon their writing abilities. Additionally, third-year editors are elected to manage the journal’s publication. For more information, please check out our aim and scope section or contact us.