3 Supreme Court Immigration Cases To Watch This Term

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Law360, New York (October 11, 2016, 3:27 PM EDT) — With the U.S. Supreme Court kicking off its new term this month, the justices are set to tackle three fresh immigration cases, including an appeal over the hot-button issue of mandatory detention and a dispute that raises questions about gender stereotypes in immigration law.

Compared to the immigration fireworks at the Supreme Court last term — when the justices examined the president’s executive actions, only to wind up in a deadlock that kept them frozen — this session may seem slightly less high-stakes when it comes…

Source: Law360