Introduction: Immigration and Nationality Law Review

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Introduction

 

Bernard D. Reams, Jr.

 

1 Immigr. & Nat’lity L. Rev. i (1976).

 

The law of immigration and nationality is becoming an increasingly important topic in legal literature.  This introductory volume of Immigration and Nationality Law Review represents an attempt to provide a centralized annual forum for the leading articles in this area of American law.  Normally, leading legal periodical articles on the subjects of immigration, nationality, and alienage, are spread throughout various law journals.  At best, materials germane to this subject have occasionally appeared in special law review issues or symposium volumes published by various American law schools.  However, considering the growing relevance and concerns of immigration and nationality in the United States, this Review’s goal is to provide the practising lawyer and legal scholar a single source for noteworthy articles on all aspects of immigration law.

 

Keywords: immigration law, nationality, alienage, legal literature, legal scholarship, immigration policy, immigration litigation, naturalization, Immigration and Nationality Law Review, legal periodical.

 
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