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4 Apr 2024, 1:05 pm by Immigration Prof
Symbols of Survival: Finding the Oldest Chinese Restaurants in the United States by Gabriel "Jack" Chin Abstract Denied the right to naturalize and excluded from many occupations, Chinese immigrants to the U.S. had limited employment opportunities. [read post]
31 Oct 2007, 10:03 pm
I'm very happy to announce that Professor Gabriel (Jack) Chin will be joining us as a guest blogger this month. [read post]
19 Apr 2017, 3:55 am by Immigration Prof
JackChin Comprehensive Immigration Reform in the Jim Crow Era: Chinese Exclusion and the McCreary Act of 1893, Gabriel "Jack" Chin (University of California, Davis - School of Law) & Daniel K. [read post]
23 Nov 2018, 4:30 am by Karen Tani
Here's the first paragraph of the review:In the The War Against Chinese Restaurants, Gabriel J. [read post]
7 Sep 2011, 5:38 am by immigrationprof
"The Unconstitutionality of State Regulation of Immigration through Criminal Law" Duke Law Journal, Forthcoming Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 10-25 UC Davis Legal Studies Research Paper No. 268 GABRIEL JACKSON CHIN, University of California, Davis - School of Law,... [read post]
13 Apr 2021, 6:30 am by ernst
Gabriel Jackson Chin, University of California, Davis School of Law, and Paul Finkelman, Gratz College, have posted Birthright Citizenship, Slave Trade Legislation, and the Origins of Federal Immigration Regulation, which is forthcoming in volume 54 of the UC Davis Law Review (2021):In accord with the traditional restriction of citizenship of nonwhites, for decades some conservative lawmakers and scholars have urged Congress to deny citizenship to U.S.- born children of… [read post]
13 Apr 2017, 8:00 am by Dan Ernst
Gabriel "Jack" Chin and John Ormonde, respectively, a professor and student at the University of California, Davis School of Law, have posted Infamous Misdemeanors and the Grand Jury Clause, which is forthcoming in volume 102 of the Minnesota Law Review:Under an overlooked body of constitutional law, many more federal offenses must be prosecuted by grand jury indictment than is now the practice. [read post]
17 Oct 2014, 11:34 am by Andrew M. Ironside
The title of this post comes from this paper by Professor Gabriel Chin, the abstract of which states: In Shelby County v. [read post]