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The Federal Lawyer Features Immigration Law Update by Christine Poarch

April 17, 2014

The April 2014 issue of the Federal Bar Association’s magazine The Federal Lawyer features Christine Poarch’s article entitled “The FBA’s Proposal for the Creation of a Federal Immigration Court.”

In the article, Christine discusses the FBA’s proposal to Congress to create an Article I Immigration Court. If adopted, the proposal would replace the current administrative-model of immigration court practice with a court system akin to other Article I courts, such as U.S. bankruptcy courts. The proposal could potentially increase case management efficiency while removing overlapping administrative procedures currently in place.

The FBA’s Proposal for the Creation of a Federal Immigration Court

Christine Poarch

Written By Christine Poarch


A frequent speaker on immigration law, Christine serves on the Board of Governors of the Federal Bar Association’s Immigration Law Section and has worked extensively on the section’s legislative proposal for immigration court reform.

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