Rick T. Su

Professor

Research Focus: Immigration Law, Local Government Law

Links: Curriculum Vitae (PDF), SSRN

Contact Information

530 O'Brian Hall, North Campus
Buffalo, NY 14260-1100
Phone: 716-645-5134
Email: ricksu@buffalo.edu

Faculty Assistant: Suzanne Caruso

Journal Articles

Have Cities Abandoned Home Rule?, 44 FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL 181 (2017)

Intrastate Federalism, UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA JOURNAL OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW vol. 19: 191 (2016)
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The Promise and Peril of Cities and Immigration Policy, HARVARD LAW AND POLICY REVIEW vol. 7: 299-319 (2013)
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The States of Immigration, WILLIAM AND MARY LAW REVIEW vol. 54 p. 1339 (2013)
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Locating Keith Aoki: Space, Geography, and Local Government Law, U.C. DAVIS LAW REVIEW vol. 45 p. 1637 (2012)
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Urban Politics and the Assimilation of Immigrant Voters, WILLIAM AND MARY BILL OF RIGHTS JOURNAL vol. 21 p. 653 (2012)
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Working on Immigration: Three Models of Labor and Employment Regulations, WASHBURN LAW JOURNAL vol. 51 p. 331 (2012)
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Police Discretion and Local Immigration Policymaking, UMKC LAW REVIEW vol. 79 p. 901 (2011)
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Immigration as Urban Policy, FORDHAM URBAN LAW JOURNAL vol. 38 p. 363 (2010)
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Local Fragmentation as Immigration Regulation, HOUSTON LAW REVIEW vol. 47 p. 367 (2010)
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The Overlooked Significance of Arizona's New Immigration law, MICHIGAN LAW REVIEW FIRST IMPRESSIONS vol. 108 p. 76 (2010)
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A Localist Reading of Local Immigration Regulations, NORTH CAROLINA LAW REVIEW vol. 86 p. 1619 (2008)
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Notes on the Multiple Facets of Immigration Federalism, TULSA JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE AND INTERNATIONAL LAW vol. 15 p. 179 (2008)
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Book Chapters

The Role of States in the National Conversation on Immigration, STRANGE NEIGHBORS: THE ROLE OF STATES IN IMMIGRATION POLICY (C. Hessick & G. Chin, eds.) (NYU Press: 2014) p.198-228
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