Immigration Law’s Organizing Principles: A Response

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Professor Schuck, in his Response, Immigration Law’s Organizing Principles: A Response, agrees that there is overlap in the incentives and effects of selection rules and regulation rules, but contends that Cox goes too far to claim “essential equivalence of the two.” Rather, he argues the real question is “whether, despite the overlap, enough difference between the two remains to justify maintaining some distinction in the legal rules that apply to them.” Unfortunately, despite Cox’s “valuable contribution” to the immigration law scholarship, by claiming equivalence of the two types of rules, Cox does not fully address, “much less answer” this question.

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