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Books and Publications

AILA’s intensive, peer-reviewed publishing program provides resources to help practicing attorneys, law students, judges, and government employees understand key immigration law topics. In addition to essential foundational texts, we publish books and toolboxes on specialized areas of practice, as well as the biannual AILA Law Journal, which is published in partnership with Fastcase’s Full Court Press. 

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Print and Digital Books
From comprehensive resources like Kurzban's and AILA's Cookbook to specialized guides that delve into specific practice areas, we have you covered. AILA members enjoy discounted rates on all AILA publications.
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AILA Law Journal
This biannual publication features articles that range in topic, are timely, and encompass various dimensions of immigration law perspectives in the United States, from policy to pragmatic.
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Do you want to access digital versions of $4,000+ worth of AILA's most popular publications, as well as statutes, regulations, case law, and more, from anywhere you have internet access? AILALink puts an entire immigration law library at your fingertips!

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