Narintohn Luangrath

Workplace Hazards for Meat and Poultry Workers

Workplace Hazards for Meat and Poultry Workers

Scholars explore line speed and worker safety regulations governing meatpacking and poultry plants.

Moving In Without Marriage

Moving In Without Marriage

Scholars debate the proper status of cohabiting partners under family law.

The Rise of AI and Technology in Immigration Enforcement

The Rise of AI and Technology in Immigration Enforcement

Scholars explore how technological advancements impact immigrants’ privacy rights.

Immigrant Eligibility for Federal Benefits Programs

Immigrant Eligibility for Federal Benefits Programs

Scholars explore how barriers to public benefits impact noncitizens’ well-being.

Should Mass Tort Victims Settle for Bankruptcy?

Should Mass Tort Victims Settle for Bankruptcy?

Scholars and commentators discuss whether mass torts belong in bankruptcy court.

International Approaches to Surrogacy Regulation

International Approaches to Surrogacy Regulation

Scholars discuss the interests and priorities motivating global surrogacy regulations.

How the Freedom of Information Act Fails Immigrants

How the Freedom of Information Act Fails Immigrants

The U.S. government should improve access for noncitizens to evidence in immigration hearings.

The Black Supermarket

The Black Supermarket

Regulators struggle to stem the tide of smuggled drugs, meats, guns, cigarettes, animals, and other goods.

The Future of the European Union’s Migration and Asylum System

The Future of the European Union’s Migration and Asylum System

EU member states seek to unify their response to increased asylum seeker arrivals.

The Multibillion-Dollar Legal Theft Industry

The Multibillion-Dollar Legal Theft Industry

Scholars argue that civil forfeiture laws allow the government to deprive people of their property unjustly.

Lingering Questions About the Major Questions Doctrine

Lingering Questions About the Major Questions Doctrine

Scholars discuss the origins, scope, and merits of the U.S. Supreme Court’s “major questions doctrine.”

Reforming the Exchange Visitor Program for Au Pairs

Reforming the Exchange Visitor Program for Au Pairs

The U.S. Department of State seeks to increase wages and improve labor protections for au pairs.