Adam Cox

Guest Author

Adam Cox (@adambcox), Robert A. Kindler Professor of Law at NYU, is a leading expert on immigration law, voting rights, and constitutional law. His writing has appeared in the Yale Law Journal, Stanford Law Journal, Journal of Law and Economics, and many other scholarly publications, and has been covered by the New York Times, the Los Angeles Times, and others. In his most recent work, The President and Immigration Law from Oxford University Press (with Cristina Rodríguez), he explores how presidential administrations have used their enforcement power in immigration and beyond to shape regulatory and social policy. He is also on LinkedIn.

Articles by this author:

The End of Asylum?

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May 12th, 2023

The Fifth Circuit’s Interventionist Administrative Law and the Misguided Reinstatement of Remain in Mexico

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Dec 21st, 2021

The President and Immigration Law Series: Reflections on the Future of American Immigration Policy

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Oct 21st, 2020

The President and Immigration Law: Introduction to a Just Security Series

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Oct 12th, 2020

Immigration Maximalism at the Supreme Court

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Aug 11th, 2020

The Supreme Court’s Ominous DACA Decision: Perils for Dreamers in What Comes Next

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Jun 22nd, 2020

Trump’s COVID-19 Immigration Proclamation May Be Legal, But It’s Still an Abuse of Power

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Apr 30th, 2020

The Radical Supreme Court Travel Ban Opinion–But why it might not apply to other immigrants’ rights cases

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Jun 27th, 2018

Detention of Migrant Families as “Deterrence”: Ethical Flaws and Empirical Doubts

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Jun 22nd, 2018

Don’t Let Trump Hide Behind the Constitution in Ending DACA

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Sep 6th, 2017

Trump Definition of “Family” Is in Contempt of Supreme Court Travel Ban Ruling

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Jun 29th, 2017

Did the Supreme Court Tip Its Hand on How It Will Rule on the Travel Ban?


Jun 26th, 2017

DO Believe the Hype: DHS’s “Victims of Immigration Crime Engagement” (VOICE) May Target Legal Immigrants Too

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Mar 1st, 2017

Why a Muslim Ban is Likely to be Held Unconstitutional: The Myth of Unconstrained Immigration Power


Jan 30th, 2017