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Professor Margaret Taylor among law professors filing amici brief in Mellouli v. Holder

Professor Margaret Taylor is one of 89 law professors across the country filing an amici brief to support the petitioner of the Mellouli v. Holder case, which is currently pending before the U.S. Supreme Court. Continue reading »

Law Review’s new blog, ‘Collecting Cases,’ receives positive attention from national blogs

Wake Forest Law Review’s new blog, “Collecting Cases,” is already receiving positive attention from some national blogs.

Professor Margaret Taylor quoted in the Winston-Salem Journal regarding recent filing of the Voter ID Bill

RALEIGH — House Republicans said Thursday that their proposal to require voters to show photo identification to cast ballots would be phased in over three years and takes into account the apprehensions of older adults, the disabled and the poor.

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Professor Margaret Taylor shares best ways to find an immigration law attorney

Following Thursday’s column on how to find an immigration law attorney, Margaret Taylor, a professor at Wake Forest University School of Law who specializes in immigration law, wrote in to provide additional suggestions.

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Law students assist immigrants with ‘deferred action’ applications

Wake Forest University law students joined volunteer attorneys and community volunteers at the Winston-Salem Pro Bono Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)  event on Nov. 10 at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church. Overseeing the event was Professor Margaret Taylor, well known for her teaching and research on immigration law and policy.

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Professor Margaret Taylor signs letter advising President Obama to defer deporting young immigrants

Nearly 100 law professors from top universities nationwide, including Wake Forest University, signed a letter advising President Barack Obama that the executive branch has the authority to defer deportation of young immigrants — just weeks before the president announced plans to do so.

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Professor Margaret Taylor is interviewed by Fox News regarding webcam spying case

NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J. –  Dharun Ravi, the 20-year-old convicted of hate crimes in the Rutgers University webcam spying case, faces the possibility of deportation in addition to multiple years in prison when he is sentenced Monday. Continue reading »

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Faculty Profile: Professor Margaret Taylor

Professor Margaret Taylor grew up near the Rio Grande, which creates a natural border between the U.S. and Mexico. Continue reading »

David McConnell (’84) named director of Appellate Litigation at the Department of Justice’s Office of Immigration Litigation

David McConnell (’84) was recently named director of Appellate Litigation at the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office of Immigration Litigation. Continue reading »

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‘Conversation With’ series to feature Professor Margaret Taylor on Tuesday, March 29

The Conversations Committee is pleased to announce a special “Conversation With” Professor Margaret Taylor. Continue reading »