Articles From Juanita B. Rodríguez

A modern-day dual sword of Damocles: The current threat looming over sanctuary cities By Juanita B. Rodriguez Human Rights, December 2018 As immigration reform rises to the top of the nation's political agenda, emphatic rhetoric from both sides centers on sanctuary policies enacted by state and local governments.
U.S. Supreme Court upholds employers’ right to mandatory individualized arbitration By Juanita B. Rodriguez & Danielle Kirby Labor and Employment Law, November 2018 The U.S. Supreme Court recently upheld the right of employers to include mandatory individualized arbitration clauses in their employment contracts in a 5-4 decision.
A modern-day dual sword of Damocles: The current threat looming over sanctuary cities By Juanita B. Rodriguez Racial and Ethnic Minorities and the Law, October 2018 As immigration reform rises to the top of the nation's political agenda, emphatic rhetoric from both sides centers on sanctuary policies enacted by state and local governments.
A modern-day dual sword of Damocles: The current threat looming over sanctuary cities By Juanita B. Rodriguez Local Government Law, May 2018 As immigration reform rises to the top of the nation's political agenda, emphatic rhetoric from both sides centers on sanctuary policies enacted by state and local governments.
Driver’s licenses for undocumented immigrants: From enactment to enforcement, hurdles remain By Juanita B. Rodríguez Bench and Bar, April 2014 Nearly six months after the new law authorizing temporary driver's licenses for undocumented immigrants became effective, it is time to consider whether law enforcement agencies, specifically those dealing with traffic enforcement, have modified their practices.

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