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About Ming H Chen

Ming Hsu Chen joined the Colorado Law faculty as an Associate Professor in 2011. Professor Chen's research and teaching concern public law, immigration and citizenship, race, and empirical legal studies. Her current research examines regulatory responses to undocumented immigration. Her doctoral dissertation ("Regulatory Rights: Civil Rights Agencies Translating “National Origin Discrimination” into Language Rights, 1965-1979") is being revised for publication. She has previously written or published articles on the political incorporation of Asian Americans and minority vote dilution, the post-9/11 treatment of Muslim Americans, asylum adjudication, and the role of faith in public life.

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