Professor Anil Kalhan is discussing the second travel ban issued by the Trump Administration during a CLE program organized by the American Constitution Society on March 8.
An authority on immigration law, Kalhan will join UCLA Law School Professor Adam Winkler and Washington University Law School Professor Emeritus Stephen Legomsky on the panel.
The discussion will explore differences between the first and second executive orders issued by President Trump that restrict refugee admissions and travel from certain Muslim-majority countries.
In an article Bloomberg News published on March 6, Kalhan predicted that the new ban will face legal challenges, despite adjustments that make the order less restrictive.
An article published by The Intercept on March 2 quoted Kalhan on the lack of regulations that apply to the sharing and exchange of data between federal agencies.
Kalhan’s scholarship has appeared in publications including the Columbia Law Review Sidebar, Columbia Journal of Asian Law, Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics, Maryland Law Review, Ohio State Law Journal, UC Davis Law Review, UCLA Law Review Discourse, Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, and edited volumes published by Cambridge University Press.
He chairs the New York City Bar Association's Committee on International Human Rights.