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BIB Editorial Board Member Margaret Stock Named 2013 MacArthur Fellow

"Margaret Stock is an attorney bringing her singular knowledge of immigration law and national security law to bear on reform efforts through direct representation and policy-based advocacy. With a broad view of national security that goes beyond protecting the country from terrorist threats to...

MacArthur fellow Margaret Stock: The public ‘doesn’t understand’ unauthorized immigration

"To Pentagon staffers, Anchorage-based immigration lawyer Margaret Stock has always been “scary smart.” But as of this week, Stock enters a select group of “geniuses,” more formally known as MacArthur fellows. The MacArthur Foundation awards each recipient a “genius...

MacArthur Foundation Fellow Margaret Stock: Video

"We are joined for AILA's October Interview of the Month by Margaret Stock on Skype from Anchorage, Alaska, to discuss her immigration law efforts on behalf of veterans and their families that led to her being named one of the 2013 MacArthur Foundation's Fellows." - AILA YouTube Quicktake...

Immigration Professor of the Year: Margaret D. Stock

"This year's Immigration Professor of the Year was an easy pick. Winner of one of this year's MacArthur Fellows award , immigration law professor and attorney Margaret Stock is an attorney bringing her singular knowledge of immigration law and national security law to bear on reform efforts...

Good Citizenship

"“I’m not in a powerful position,” says Margaret Stock MPA 2001. “All I can do are the little things I’m capable of doing.” Even so, those little things have added up to a lot—specifically, a program that has the potential to change the lives of thousands...

MacArthur Fellow: Presidents Have Broad Discretion on Immigration

"Some experts say Congress has given presidents broad discretion in enforcing immigration laws, which sets a high bar for opponents to prevail in court. “It’s the section of the United States Code with the most discretion given to the executive branch,” said Anchorage, Alaska,...

Margaret D. Stock Answers the Question, 'Is Birthright Citizenship Good for America?'

Margaret Stock , an immigration attorney in Anchorage, Alaska and a 2013 MacArthur (aka 'Genius Award') Foundation Fellow , wrote this article in 2012, answering the question, "Is Birthright Citizenship Good for America? " We offer it here to counter the (flawed, in our opinion) positions...