Here are the collected posts for the symposium:
Adam Cox & Cristina Rodriguez, Symposium on Administrative Reform of Immigration Law
Marty Lederman, What it is *not*: Dispelling the myths of the new DHS immigration initiative
Adam Cox & Cristina Rodriguez, Executive Discretion and Congressional Priorities
Ahilan Arulanantham, Two Rationales for Administrative Relief
David Alan Sklansky, Prosecutorial Discretion Through the Looking Glass
Bruce Ackerman, Like the Emancipation Proclamation, Obama's order forces democracy
Bruce Ackerman, Playing Politics with the Office of Legal Counsel
Gillian Metzger, Must Enforcement Discretion be Exercised Case-by-Case?
Alina Das, Refocusing the Debate on Policy, Not Legal Authority
David A. Martin, Concerns about a Troubling Presidential Precedent and OLC’s Review of Its Validity
Christopher H. Schroeder, The Realities of Administrative Discretion
Zachary Price, Two Cheers for OLC’s Opinion
Ahilan Arulanantham, The President’s Relief Program as a Response to Insurrection
Stephen Legomsky, Why Can't Deferred Action Be Given to Parents of the Dreamers?
Marty Lederman, Even if it’s lawful . . . should we be concerned that it sets a dangerous precedent?
Adam B. Cox & Cristina M. Rodriguez, Concluding Thoughts: Line Drawing, the Separation of Powers, and the Responsibilities of the Political Branches