SCOTUS to Decide When Courts Can Review Decisions about Immigration Relief… Again

SCOTUS to Decide When Courts Can Review Decisions about Immigration Relief… Again

By Suchita Mathur | December 15, 2023 | Immigration Impact Families are complicated. Especially during the holidays, that’s something we can all agree on. But most of us can’t – or will never have to – imagine being forcibly separated from our closest relatives because an overworked immigration judge (IJ) misapplied a legal standard in deciding whether […]

The Leadership Conference Statement on Beginning of New Supreme Court Term

The Leadership Conference Statement on Beginning of New Supreme Court Term

By Patrick McNeil | October 2, 2023 WASHINGTON — Jesselyn McCurdy, executive vice president of government affairs at The Leadership Conference on Civil and Human Rights, released the following statement as the U.S. Supreme Court begins its 2023-24 term: “Following a Supreme Court term that included the rollback of affirmative action in higher education, student loan debt […]