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In addition to facilitating the comprehensive academic study of refugee law, the Program in Refugee and Asylum Law is committed to enabling our best students to confront the ways in which refugee law as theoretically conceived is reshaped by institutional constraints, resource limitations, and general social, political, and economic forces. To this end, a select number of graduates of the International Refugee Law course are awarded a Michigan Fellowship in Refugee and Asylum Law. The recipients of a Michigan Fellowship receive a stipend for living and travel expenses to enable them to undertake a summer internship with one of a select group of partner organizations.
RefLaw.org is an online forum offering critical analysis on important new cases, legislation, and emerging issues in refugee law. We publish both longer articles analyzing the implications of law or policy, as well as shorter notes on global current events that may impact refugee law. Our aim is to ...Read More