Professor Joseph Rosen Discusses Immigration in Special Fourth of July Podcast
Posted on: July 7th, 2014
Atlanta’s John Marshall Law School professor, Joseph Rosen was recently interviewed by Mark Deal from U.S. Immigration Podcast in a special Fourth of July episode. As America turned 238 years old, Professor Rosen was selected to speak on the history and future of immigration in the country. Rosen also discussed topics such as the Chinese Exclusion Act, security of the U.S./Mexican border, the discrimination surrounding immigration law development, and more.
Professor Rosen is the managing attorney for Joseph H. Rosen, Immigration Law Group. He began practicing Immigration Law in June 2001 after retiring from the U.S. Government where he spent 20 years as a Special Agent for the FBI and U.S. Customs. His law enforcement career includes 10 years of working on or near the U.S. /Mexico border. He teaches immigration law, as an adjunct professor, at the law school and is a Clinical Director for the school’s Immigration Law Clinic located at Catholic Charities Atlanta.
To listen to the full podcast featuring Professor Rosen, visit U.S. Immigration Podcast.