Faculty Profiles

Ingrid Eagly

Ingrid V. Eagly

Assistant Professor of Law
A.B. Princeton University, 1991
J.D. Harvard, 1995
UCLA Faculty Since 2008

Articles and Chapters

Remote Adjudication in Immigration, 109 Northwestern University Law Review (forthcoming 2015).
Criminal Justice for Noncitizens: An Analysis of Variation in Local Enforcement, 88 NYU Law Review 1126 (2013). Full Text
Gideon’s Migration, 122 Yale Law Journal 2282 (2013). Reprinted in __ Immigration & Nationality Law Review __ (forthcoming 2014). Full Text
Criminal Clinics in the Pursuit of Immigrant Rights: Lessons from the Loncheros, 2 UC Irvine Law Review 91 (2012). Full Text
Local Immigration Prosecution: A Study of Arizona Before SB 1070, 58 UCLA Law Review 1749 (2011). Full Text
Prosecuting Immigration, 104 Northwestern University Law Review 1281 (2010). Full Text
After Public Interest Law (with Scott L. Cummings), 100 Northwestern University Law Review 1251 (2006). Full Text
A Critical Reflection on Law and Organizing (with Scott L. Cummings), 48 UCLA Law Review 443 (2001). Full Text
Community Education: Creating a New Vision of Legal Services Practice, 4 Clinical Law Review 433 (1998). Full Text
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Other

Book Review, 15 Punishment & Society 564 (2013). Reviewing Governing Immigration Through Crime: A Reader, edited by Julie A. Dowling & Jonathan Xavier Inda (Stanford University Press, 2013). Full Text
Speeches and Addresses, Moderator, From Emma Lazarus to Arizona’s SB 1070: Can Progressives Meet New Challenges to Immigrants’ Rights?, 31 Chicana/o-Latina/o Law Review 47 (2012).
Roundtable Panelist, Federalism in Practice – National and Local Perspectives on States’ Use of Criminal Law to Regulate Undocumented or Unauthorized Migration, 12(2) Loyola Journal of Public Interest Law 375 (2011).
Lawyers, Unite (with Scott L. Cummings), Legal Affairs at 63 (March/April 2005). Reviewing Suburban Sweatshops: The Fight for Immigrant Rights, by Jennifer Gordon (Harvard University Press, 2005). Full Text
Harriett Buhai Center for Family Law: An Innovative Approach to Pro Per Assistance, 3(3) Center for Families, Children and the Courts Update (2003).
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