Tulane law scholars to discuss Trump’s ban on travel from Muslim countries

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A panel of experts from Tulane Law School on Wednesday afternoon will discuss the executive order by President Trump that attempted to halt travel to the United States from seven Muslim countries before it was blocked by a federal judge.

The “Implications of Executive Action on Immigration” panel discussion will run from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8, in room 110 of Tulane Law School at 6329 Freret Street.

Panelists will include immigration and refugee-law expert Laila Hlass, immigration law professor and lawyer Kathleen Gasparian, former State Department diplomat Kali Jones, constitutional law professor Stephen Griffin and human-rights professor Adeno Addis.

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