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John A. Scanlan
Professor Emeritus of Law
  1. American-Arab: Getting the Balance Wrong—Again?, 52 ADMINISTRATIVE LAW REVIEW 347 (2000).

  2. Call and Response: The Particular and the General, 2000 UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS LAW REVIEW 639 (2000).

  3. Book Review. Alien Nation: Common Sense About America’s Immigration Disaster, 4 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 239 (1996).

  4. Book Review. Arguing Immigration: Are New Immigrants a Wealth of Diversity … Or a Crushing Burden?, 4 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 239 (1996).

  5. Book Review. Legal Immigration: Setting Priorities, 4 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 239 (1996).

  6. Book Review. U.S. Immigration Policy: Restoring Credibility—Executive Summary, 4 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 239 (1996).

  7. A View from the United States: Social, Economic, and Legal Change, the Persistence of the State, and Immigration Policy in the Coming Century, 2 INDIANA JOURNAL OF GLOBAL LEGAL STUDIES 79 (1994).

  8. Brief of Amici Curiae American Association of University Professors, American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee v. Thornburgh, 940 F.2d 445 (9th Circ. 1990) (89-55358).

  9. Aliens in the Marketplace of Ideas: The Government, the Academy, and the McCarran-Walter Act, 66 TEXAS LAW REVIEW 1481 (1988).

  10. The Force of Moral Arguments for a Just Immigration Policy in a Hobbesian Universe (with O.T. Kent), in OPEN BORDERS?, CLOSED SOCIETIES?: THE ETHICAL AND POLITICAL ISSUES. New York: Greenwood Press, 1988.

  11. Judicial Review of Administrative Decisions, in ATTORNEY’S GUIDE TO THE SEVENTH CIRCUIT COURT OF APPEALS. Madison: State Bar of Wisconsin, 1987.

  12. Playing the Drug-testing Game: College Athletes, Regulatory Institutions, and the Structures of Constitutional Argument, 62 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 863 (1987).

  13. Point of View, 23 CHRONICLE OF HIGHER EDUCATION 64 (No. 47, 1987).

  14. Why the McCarran-Walter Act Must Be Amended, 73 ACADEME 5 (1987).

  15. Antitrust: The Emerging Legal Issue, 61 INDIANA LAW JOURNAL 1 (1986).

  16. CALCULATED KINDNESS: REFUGEES AND AMERICA’S HALF-OPEN DOOR, 1945 TO THE PRESENT (with Gil Loescher). New York: Free Press, 1986.

  17. HUMAN RIGHTS, POWER POLITICS, AND THE INTERNATIONAL REFUGEE REGIME: THE CASE OF U.S. TREATMENT OF CARIBBEAN BASIN REFUGEES (with Gil Loescher). Princeton: Center of International Studies, Woodrow Wilson School of Public and International Affairs, Princeton University, 1985.

  18. Human Rights, U.S. Foreign Policy and Haitian Refugees (with Gil Loescher), 26 JOURNAL OF INTERAMERICAN STUDIES & WORLD AFFAIRS 313 (1984).

  19. U.S. FOREIGN POLICY AND ITS IMPACT ON REFUGEE FLOW FROM HAITI (with Gil Loescher). New York: New York University, 1984.

  20. Asylum Adjudication: Some Due Process Implications of Proposed Immigration Legislation, 44 UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH LAW REVIEW 261 (1983).

  21. THE GLOBAL REFUGEE PROBLEM: U.S. AND WORLD RESPONSE (with Gil Loescher). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage Publications, 1983.

  22. U.S. Foreign Policy, 1959-1980: Impact on Refugee Flow from Cuba (with Gil Loescher), 467 ANNALS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF POLITICAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCE 116 (1983).
  23. Who Is a Refugee?: Procedures and Burden of Proof Under the Refugee Act of 1980, in PROCEEDINGS OF THE 1982 ANNUAL LEGAL CONFERENCE ON REFUGEES AND TERRITORIAL ASYLUM, Volume 5: In Defense of the Alien. New York: Center for Migration Studies, 1983.

  24. Immigration Law and the Illusion of Numerical Control, 36 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI LAW REVIEW 819 (1982).

  25. Mass Asylum and Human Rights in American Foreign Policy (with Gil Loescher), 97 POLITICAL SCIENCE QUARTERLY 39 (1982).

  26. Panel Discussion on Emigration and Immigration Law (with Rudolph W. Giuliani, et al.), 36 UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI LAW REVIEW 939 (1982).

  27. American Constitutional Law, 1976-81 (with D.P. Kommers and K.F. Ripple), 30 JAHRBUCH DES OEFFENTLICHEN RECHTS DER GEGENWART 457 (1981).

  28. “Mass Asylum” and U.S. Policy in the Caribbean (with Gil Loescher), 37 THE WORLD TODAY 387 (1981).

  29. The Past as Prelude: The Early Origins of Modern American Sports Law (with Granville E. Cleveland, Sr.), 8 OHIO NORTHERN UNIVERSITY LAW REVIEW 433 (1981).

  30. Regulating Refugee Flow: Legal Alternatives and Obligations Under the Refugee Act of 1980, 56 NOTRE DAME LAWYER 618 (1981). Reprinted in 5 IMMIGRATION & NATIONALITY LAW REVIEW 157 (1982).

  31. Admission of Refugees and Asylees Under the Law: Reports on Current United States Procedures and Policies and Their Origins (with Gil Loescher), in U.S. IMMIGRATION POLICY AND THE NATIONAL INTEREST. Washington, DC: Select Commission on Immigration and Refugee Policy, 1980.

  32. INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS: A BIBLIOGRAPHY, 1970-75 (with Barry O’Connor). Notre Dame, IN: Center for Civil and Human Rights, University of Notre Dame Law School, 1980.

  33. LAW OF FEDERAL ESTATE AND GIFT TAXATION (with David T. Link). Chicago: Callaghan, 1980.

  34. The Artist-in-Exile: Brian Moore’s North American Novels, 2 EIRE-IRELAND 14 (Summer 1977).

  35. Racially Preferential Policies in Institutions of Higher Education: State Action Limitations on 42 U.S.C. 1983 “Complaints,” 52 NOTRE DAME LAWYER 882 (1977).