- Looking back ten years later at the road to Padilla v. Kentucky by Manny Vargas
- Jose Padilla Won His Fight For Justice And Set An Example For Defense Attorneys to Honor by Alina Das
- Padilla v. Kentucky: How Analytical Frameworks Change at the Supreme Court and Implications for Day to Day Immigration Practice by Nancy Morawetz
- Padilla’s Tenth Anniversary: The Supreme Court’s Limited Step Triggers Awareness and a National Movement to Combat Collateral Consequences by Norman Reimer
- Thoughts on Ten Years of Effectuating the Promise of Padilla v Kentucky by Labe Richman
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Commentary and Analysis
Mizue Aizeki: So, Joe Biden Won. Now, Activists Look at the Work That Still Lies Ahead (HarpersBazaar, 11/13/2020)
Manuel D. Vargas: Justice Dept Pushes Supreme Court to Imperil Families (Crimmigration, 10/12/20)
Mizue Aizeki: Viewpoint: Time to hold ICE accountable for abuses, too (Times Union, 6/11/20)
Mizue Aizeki & Rosa Cohen-Cruz: As Courts Reopen, Threat of ICE Returns: State Lawmakers Must Protect Our Neighbors (Gotham Gazette, 6/3/20)
Mizue Aizeki: Interview on Criminalization and Immigration (CounterSpin 2/24/17)
Resisting state violence in the era of mass deportation : an interview with Mizue Aizeki / Jordan T. Camp and Christina Heatherton (Verso Books, May 2016)
Mizue Aizeki: Immigration Raids are Inhumane No Matter Who They Target (Common Dreams, 1/14/16)