Jennifer Koh Speaks at Pepperdine Law Conference on Christianity and Crimmigration

On March 10, 2017, Professor Jennifer Koh presented at the annual Nootbaar Institute Conference at Pepperdine Law School. The theme of this year’s conference was “Religious Critiques of the Law.” Professor Koh spoke on a panel entitled, “Religious Critiques of Civil Rights,” and her presentation focused on the connections between the faith commitments of Christianity and the literature on the intersection of criminal and immigration law, also known as “crimmigration.”

Jennifer Koh Speaks at Pepperdine Law School Conference

On March 12, Professor Jennifer Koh spoke at the Nootbaar Institute Conference at Pepperdine Law School. The theme of this year’s conference was “Doing Justice Without Doing Harm,” and Professor Koh’s talk was entitled, “Immigration Law and Policy Through the Lens of the Gospel and Grace.” Her comments were based on an essay she has written, “Agape Love, Grace and Immigration Law,” which is forthcoming in the book, AGAPE, JUSTICE AND LAW (Cambridge University Press, Robert Cochran and Zachary Calo, eds.)