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About M Isabel Medina

Professor Medina teaches constitutional law, constitutional criminal procedure, immigration and citizenship law, asylum and refugee law and gender law in practice. She writes in the area of citizenship, individual rights, and Fourth Amendment. She's written a monograph on U.S. immigration law and a history of Loyola New Orleans' law school. Her current work is a book on refugees to the US during WWII, families, and their reliance on conduct treated as criminal under US law, and a biography of Judge James Skelly Wright, a graduate of Loyola and one of the most accomplished jurists of the twentieth century.


Present Ferris Family Distinguished Professor of Law, Loyola University New Orleans College of Law



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