Professor Jennifer Koh Participates in Colloquium on Surveillance, Privacy, and the Fourth Amendment -- Fordham Urban Law Journal
Professor Jennifer Lee Koh participated in a panel discussion for a colloquium organized by the Fordham Urban Law Journal on surveillance, privacy and the Fourth Amendment in the immigration and housing contexts. The panel focused on a report Professor Koh co-authored earlier this year in her capacity as a visiting professor at the University of Washington School of Law and director of the UW Immigration Clinic. The title of the report was, "Targeted But Not Silenced: A Report on Government Surveillance and Retaliation Against Immigration Organizers in the United States" and was co-authored with UW law students Elicia Shotland and Abby Jiang, in partnership with the nonprofit organizations Just Futures Law and Mijente.
The colloquium, titled "You Are Not Welcome Here: Surveilling Houses, Homes, and Borders," was held on October 15. Additional information may be found at Fordham Urban Law Journal.